The future of finding answers

Bruce Muirhead
3 min readOct 15, 2020


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.

You’re invited to join the Mindhive journey

Mindhive is a new company bringing the shared economy to problem-solving. An Airbnb for brains.

Over the past few years, 60,000 from around the world have joined our community.

Our dream is to invite you to join us in this growth opportunity.

We’re interested in finding the unrealised potential and value of seasoned problem-solvers from around the world.

We’re building a unique matchmaking algorithm that connects problem solvers, to problem-solving teams, to problems.

The power of many.

We know that we can scale up into 150+ countries and a community of 250,000+ right now.

Join our mission.

This post is part of the Collective Intelligence series. Read the other articles:

Ingredients for Successful Crowdsourcing: Crowdsourcing for policymaking combines the aspects of…



Bruce Muirhead

Mindhive | ex — Eidos, Boilerhouse, Basement, Margaret Marr | Speaker, Author | Bringing the shared economy to problem-solving #collectiveintelligence