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Coronavirus Information from the People Who Know

Unfortunately we cannot trust the information we receive from the American government as distributed though media corporations.

Fortunately we can get information from the rest of the world. 229 more words

Culture Wars

Who are the Storytellers?

In parallel with the storytelling themes, I’m asking Who are the Storytellers? as a way of proactively problem-solving some intersectional issues in the research project… 74 more words


SingularityHub: Coronavirus: Seven Ways Collective Intelligence Is Tackling the Pandemic

SingularityHub: Coronavirus: Seven Ways Collective Intelligence Is Tackling the Pandemic. “Advances in digital technologies have transformed what can be achieved through collective intelligence in recent years—connecting more of us, augmenting human intelligence with machine intelligence, and helping us to generate new insights from novel sources of data. 25 more words

Research & Opinion

Homo Sapiens 2.0

If the world we live in is increasingly complex, and that seems to be the case, and our individual intelligence remains limited, we are facing a dilemma: … 413 more words

Mind The Post

Storytelling Research #1

I’m submerged in the analysis phase of my Collective Intelligence PhD and I’m enjoying the feeling of getting intimate with the concepts, turning them over in my mind’s eye and diving into the thoughts of the people who allowed my research to enter their world: the organising team of… 969 more words


The Compelling Story of the Smart Idiot

header image: Citgo criminal or Citgo employee? You decide!

by Ben Steele edited by O Society Jan 25, 2020

“A year after this very popular novel came out, I read an article summarizing a study about this novel conducted by scholars at a well-known university. 2,219 more words

Beliefs, Cognitive Bias, Psychology

Our broken mental models are at the root of our global systemic crises

by Ugo Bardi and David Packer edited by O Society Jan 15, 2020

Old and new media produce an unprecedented tide drawing us into a sea of competing mental models of the world. 968 more words

Economics & Business