Mulgan, Geoff.

Big Mind : How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World. - 1 online resource (283 pages)

Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- Preface -- Introduction Collective Intelligence as a Grand Challenge -- Part I What Is Collective Intelligence? -- 1 The Paradox of a Smart World -- 2 The Nature of Collective Intelligence in Theory and Practice -- Part II Making Sense of Collective Intelligence as Choice -- 3 The Functional Elements of Collective Intelligence -- 4 The Infrastructures That Support Collective Intelligence -- 5 The Organizing Principles of Collective Intelligence -- 6 Learning Loops -- 7 Cognitive Economics and Triggered Hierarchies -- 8 The Autonomy of Intelligence -- 9 The Collective in Collective Intelligence -- 10 Self-Suspicion and Fighting the Enemies of Collective Intelligence -- Part III Collective Intelligence in Everyday Life -- 11 Mind-Enhancing Meetings and Environments -- 12 Problem Solving: How Cities and Governments Think -- 13 Visible and Invisible Hands: Economies and Firms as Collective Intelligence -- 14 The University as Collective Intelligence -- 15 Democratic Assembly -- 16 How Does a Society Think and Create as a System? -- 17 The Rise of Knowledge Commons: It's for Everyone -- Part IV Collective Intelligence as Expanded Possibility -- 18 Collective Wisdom and Progress in Consciousness -- Afterword: The Past and Future of Collective Intelligence as a Discipline -- Summary of the Argument -- Notes -- Index.

9781400888511


Swarm intelligence..
Big data-Social aspects..
Information technology-Economic aspects.


Electronic books.

Q337.3 .M854 2018

006.3824