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In this context intelligence is allocated to one single individual or an intelligent being. The term “collective intelligence” enhances the term “intelligence” explicitly. A collective consists of a “number of individuals or things ...

Author: Theo J Bastiaens

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642144813

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 170

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Welcome to the proceedings of the inaugural Symposium on Collective Intelligence (COLLIN 2010). This was the first of a new series of events that will evolve over the coming years, and we were happy to hold the event in Hagen where the idea for this symposium was born. The participants visited Hagen in April, with excellent opportunities to get rain, wind and sun. Collective intelligence denotes a phenomenon according to which the purposeful interaction between individuals creates intelligent solutions and behaviors that might not have come to existence without this concerted effort of a community. The members of such communities form a social network, typically over the Internet. They are engage with each other over a sustained period of time to develop an area of innovation through collaboration and exchange of ideas, experiences and information. Leading-edge information and communication technologies (ICT) offer ample opportunities for enabling collective intelligence. COLLIN aims to become the flagship conference in the areas collective intelligence and ICT-enabled social networking, which is attracting more and more researchers and practitioners from both academia and industry.
2010-10-12 By Theo J Bastiaens

They overlap with collective intelligence only when there is a focus on overall collective behavior that can be regarded as more or less intelligent. For instance, analyzing how individual people's attitudes are determined or how they ...

Author: Thomas W. Malone

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262029810

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 232

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Experts describe the latest research in a rapidly growing multidisciplinary field, the study of groups of individuals acting collectively in ways that seem intelligent. Intelligence does not arise only in individual brains; it also arises in groups of individuals. This is collective intelligence: groups of individuals acting collectively in ways that seem intelligent. In recent years, a new kind of collective intelligence has emerged: interconnected groups of people and computers, collectively doing intelligent things. Today these groups are engaged in tasks that range from writing software to predicting the results of presidential elections. This volume reports on the latest research in the study of collective intelligence, laying out a shared set of research challenges from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives. Taken together, these essays—by leading researchers from such fields as computer science, biology, economics, and psychology—lay the foundation for a new multidisciplinary field. Each essay describes the work on collective intelligence in a particular discipline—for example, economics and the study of markets; biology and research on emergent behavior in ant colonies; human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence; and cognitive psychology and the “wisdom of crowds” effect. Other areas in social science covered include social psychology, organizational theory, law, and communications. Contributors Eytan Adar, Ishani Aggarwal, Yochai Benkler, Michael S. Bernstein, Jeffrey P. Bigham, Jonathan Bragg, Deborah M. Gordon, Benjamin Mako Hill, Christopher H. Lin, Andrew W. Lo, Thomas W. Malone, Mausam, Brent Miller, Aaron Shaw, Mark Steyvers, Daniel S. Weld, Anita Williams Woolley
2015-10-30 By Thomas W. Malone

These are just a few examples in the exciting field of collective intelligence, and the proliferation of new services means there are new opportunities appearing every day. I believe that understanding machine learning and statistical ...

Author: Toby Segaran

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9780596517601

Category: Computers

Page: 360

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Provides information on building Web 2.0 applications that have the capability to mine data created by Internet applications.
2007-08-16 By Toby Segaran

Collective intelligence has become one of major research issues studied by today's and future computer science. Computational collective intelligence is understood as this form of group intellectual activity that emerges from ...

Author: Radoslaw Katarzyniak

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642039584

Category: Computers

Page: 349

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Collective intelligence has become one of major research issues studied by today’s and future computer science. Computational collective intelligence is understood as this form of group intellectual activity that emerges from collaboration and compe- tion of many artificial individuals. Robotics, artificial intelligence, artificial cognition and group working try to create efficient models for collective intelligence in which it emerges from sets of actions carried out by more or less intelligent individuals. The major methodological, theoretical and practical aspects underlying computational collective intelligence are group decision making, collective action coordination, collective competition and knowledge description, transfer and integration. Obviously, the application of multiple computational technologies such as fuzzy systems, evo- tionary computation, neural systems, consensus theory, knowledge representation etc. is necessary to create new forms of computational collective intelligence and support existing ones. Three subfields of application of computational technologies to support forms of collective intelligence are of special attention to us. The first one is semantic web treated as an advanced tool that increases the collective intelligence in networking environments. The second one covers social networks modeling and analysis, where social networks are this area of in which various forms of computational collective intelligence emerges in a natural way. The third subfield relates us to agent and mul- agent systems understood as this computational and modeling paradigm which is especially tailored to capture the nature of computational collective intelligence in populations of autonomous individuals.
2009-09-29 By Radoslaw Katarzyniak

Collective intelligence has become one of major research issues studied by today's and future computer science. Computational collective intelligence is understood as this form of group intellectual activity that emerges from ...

Author: Ngoc Thanh Nguyen

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642343001

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 378

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The book consists of 35 extended chapters which have been selected and invited from the submissions to the 4th International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence Technologies and Applications (ICCCI 2012) held on November 28-30, 2012 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The book is organized into six parts, which are semantic web and ontologies, social networks and e-learning, agent and multiagent systems, data mining methods and applications, soft computing, and optimization and control, respectively. All chapters in the book discuss theoretical and practical issues connected with computational collective intelligence and related technologies. The editors hope that the book can be useful for graduate and Ph.D. students in Computer Science, in particular participants in courses on Soft Computing, Multiagent Systems, and Data Mining. This book can be also useful for researchers working on the concept of computational collective intelligence in artificial populations. It is the hope of the editors that readers of this volume can find many inspiring ideas and use them to create new cases of intelligent collectives. Many such challenges are suggested by particular approaches and models presented in individual chapters of this book. The editors hope that readers of this volume can find many inspiring ideas and influential practical examples and use them in their future work.
2012-10-13 By Ngoc Thanh Nguyen

Secondly, connected communities can use collective intelligence to self-organise the mobilization of resources and self-help activities. Both forms have been studied within the field of crisis informatics, but the emphasis has so far ...

Author: Daniele Miorandi

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319086811

Category: Computers

Page: 276

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The book focuses on Social Collective Intelligence, a term used to denote a class of socio-technical systems that combine, in a coordinated way, the strengths of humans, machines and collectives in terms of competences, knowledge and problem solving capabilities with the communication, computing and storage capabilities of advanced ICT. Social Collective Intelligence opens a number of challenges for researchers in both computer science and social sciences; at the same time it provides an innovative approach to solve challenges in diverse application domains, ranging from health to education and organization of work. The book will provide a cohesive and holistic treatment of Social Collective Intelligence, including challenges emerging in various disciplines (computer science, sociology, ethics) and opportunities for innovating in various application areas. By going through the book the reader will gauge insight and knowledge into the challenges and opportunities provided by this new, exciting, field of investigation. Benefits for scientists will be in terms of accessing a comprehensive treatment of the open research challenges in a multidisciplinary perspective. Benefits for practitioners and applied researchers will be in terms of access to novel approaches to tackle relevant problems in their field. Benefits for policy-makers and public bodies representatives will be in terms of understanding how technological advances can support them in supporting the progress of society and economy.
2014-09-17 By Daniele Miorandi

Here, collective intelligence is the inference one draws when the ability of a group to perform one task is correlated with that group's ability to perform a wide range of other tasks. The first factor with significant explanatory power ...

Author: Rolf K. Baltzersen

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108833745

Category: Education

Page: 250

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This book shows how collective intelligence combined with new technologies can help us solve the world's biggest problems.
2021-12-31 By Rolf K. Baltzersen

A Hardware Collective Intelligence Agent Kin Fun Li and Darshika G. Perera University of Victoria, ... Many of these applications make use of the collective intelligence technique due to the necessity in a widely dispersed environment, ...

Author: Ngoc-Thanh Nguyen

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642384967

Category: Computers

Page: 207

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These transactions publish research in computer-based methods of computational collective intelligence (CCI) and their applications in a wide range of fields such as the Semantic Web, social networks, and multi-agent systems. TCCI strives to cover new methodological, theoretical and practical aspects of CCI understood as the form of intelligence that emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals (artificial and/or natural). The application of multiple computational intelligence technologies, such as fuzzy systems, evolutionary computation, neural systems, consensus theory, etc., aims to support human and other collective intelligence and to create new forms of CCI in natural and/or artificial systems. This tenth issue contains 13 carefully selected and thoroughly revised contributions.
2013-05-20 By Ngoc-Thanh Nguyen

This volume contains the proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence (ICCCI 2021), held in Rhodes, Greece, during September 29 – October 1, 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the conference ...

Author: Krystian Wojtkiewicz

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030881139



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These investigations can only be done through long-term collective work that must take place through a pooling of analyses and the constitution of a collective intelligence capable of lending humanity the means to avoid handing over to ...

Author: Samuel Szoniecky

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119384687

Category: Computers

Page: 260

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The digitalization of archives produces a huge mass of structured documents (Big Data). Due to the proactive approach of public institutions (libraries, archives, administrations ...), this data is more and more accessible. This book aims to present and analyze concrete examples of collective intelligence at the service of digital archives.
2017-01-18 By Samuel Szoniecky