In under a decade the way we as a society have come to interpret a collective has changed radically. The widespread proliferation of collective intelligence has not only brought on a renaissance for group-powered thought but also paved the way for a new age of digitally enabled knowledge generation.
The positive reception to this growth has been profound, with think tanks and other thought generation outfits seen across a truly wide span of industries, with more joining the ranks every day.
Of particular interest are the sectors whose means of innovation have been historically unmoving in this regard. They too have felt the driving force of the collective intelligence industry, helping them create sorely needed thought and discourse and then using that momentum to drive future advances.
This growth is unequivocally a good thing, as the ability to generate knowledge and share it with those who benefit most is something that should be championed by society whenever possible.
However, the collective intelligence industry has once again reached a crossroad and must be careful in the way it approaches the next step in its journey.
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This post is part of the Collective Intelligence series. Read the other articles:
Ingredients for Successful Crowdsourcing: Crowdsourcing for policymaking combines the aspects of knowledge gathering and democratic deliberation and in this way, provides a path for knowledge-sharing and space for public debate that can impact policy creation and leverage the power of diversity.
As Coronavirus (COVID-19) worsens, there has been a surge in demand for collaboration tools: Mindhive is offering organisations free Premium+ during COVID-19 pandemic. How collective intelligence practices can help keep companies afloat against COVID-19. Globalisation will never truly die as digital technology continues to shrink the distance between us. How post-COVID fear is proving that thought leaders may soon be in short supply.
On the front lines: Digital Herd Immunity: How collaborative work software is changing how we fight pandemics. How to find the right problem to solve and create the right solution to solve it. As start-up jobs dip, now is the time to support our venture businesses more than ever before. All around us COVID-19 is proving that traditional businesses are ready to begin permanently digitising.
Pandemic fatigue: So why are so many people already sick and tired of hearing about Coronavirus? 3 tips for surviving COVID-19 — Our collective intelligence experts share their knowledge on making it through tough times as a business.
The Future Lies In Our Collective Intelligence: How human knowledge and machine learning have the potential to combat fear. Is machine learning now more important to collective intelligence than those who created it? How medical collective intelligence can help protect less fortunate countries from the effects of global pandemics.
Seeing an opportunity: An upside to being a part of Mindhive is collectively generating ideas, problem-solving and learning with a really interesting community of people from around the world. What are you curious about?.
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