What would it take for "collective intelligence" to become a reality?
January 19, 2011
Hosted by Sanjog Aul
Collective Intelligence is a mix of cloud computing and crowd computing where both infrastructures are working optimally. However, cloud computing has issues related to security and privacy, while crowd computing solutions still need improvement in the way they moderate opinion, resolve conflict, and check facts. If we could just get past these issues, we could create a powerful collective intelligence out of a symbiotic relationship of computers, software, and humans. Is this possible? What would it take to make it happen?
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