This podcast is a conversation with author, film-maker, and complex systems practitioner Nora Bateson. The most recent generation in a distinguished lineage of complexity pioneers, Nora has created a disarmingly uncomplicated process for allowing complexity to be experienced first-hand, human-to-human: the Warm Data Lab. Held
Loomio co-founder, Enspiral member, consultant and writer Rich Bartlett on the problems and joys of decentralized organizations, what it takes to work in community, possible futures of democracy, what happens when an engineer goes to Occupy Wellington.
Kosha Joubert is the executive director of the Global Ecovillage Network, an organization that connects thousands of ecological communities worldwide. She’s the author of The Power of Collective Wisdom, and an international consultant, facilitator, and trainer for organizations and communities around the world. In this
Welcome to the Collective Intelligence Network! Over the coming weeks we’ll be rolling out articles, interviews, research summaries, and online conversations on how human groups can be wiser together. It’s an exciting time for collective intelligence, both in research and practice, and we’re thrilled to
The first in our series of podcast episodes with leaders and visionaries in the Collective Intelligence field, this interview is a conversation with John Richardson. John is the founder, CEO, and chief architect behind Ethelo Decisions, a software platform for civic engagement and collaborative decision
Last month, Takao Sasaki and Dora Biro, both from the University of Oxford, published a curious paper in Nature Communications about homing pigeons. Sasaki and Biro had set out to examine the possibility of Cumulative Cultural Evolution (the ability of a population to accumulate knowledge
Google’s good at crunching data, and, like most data-oriented corporations, it’s also fond of applying its data collecting and processing habits to its own operations. Last year, Google announced the results of a two-year effort to understand what makes some Google teams more effective than
This site is about Collective Intelligence in its broad definition: how can smaller pieces form larger wholes that are as smart, wise, and capable as possible? This question has big implications in many areas of human affairs. Anywhere where people work together for the same