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Twitter: immediacy and collective intelligence When working on a Wikipedia entry just last week, I was confronted once again with the helplessness one might experience when the computer does not work properly or when the internet connection is down. Upon typing in the Wikipedia URL, nothing happened. I found myself staring at the blank page before me. What is one to do? I refreshed the page, still nothing happened. Another example. What lies at the heart of the above accounts might be something greater than the limited functionality of Twitter itself. Back in 2000, Jay David Bolter wrote the article ‘Remediation and the desire for immediacy’. “We are in an unusual position to appreciate remediation, because of the rapid development of new digital media and the nearly as rapid response by traditional media. If we tie Twitter, the traditional newspaper, and my personal experience all together, we may conclude that in the case of the shooting in particular, Twitter replaced the newspaper in that instance. Bolter, Jay David.

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Toward a Civilization of Collective Intelligence "Toward a Civilization of Collective Intelligence" identifies the most important changes that have happened in our society. The slides introduce the necessity of a new language that can set a link between the machine process of cyberspace and the human collective intelligence, which is dynamic, in constant change and made in different languages, from different approaches. We need a language that represent the essence of Collective Intelligence as a Virtual World, understanding this term not only as a space where we can interact as avatars but as a global space that is formed by the human actions, their objects and interaction. 09 Ci CivilizationView more documents from gloriagdiago. source : see also: From Social Computing to Reflexive Collective Intelligence A note: This presentation by Prof.

La nature d’une nouvelle entreprise » Carnet d’observations de J An interview with Don Tapscott - McKinsey Quarterly - Organization - Strategic Organization Video Making internal collaboration work: An interview with Don Tapscott The author and strategist describes why effective knowledge management within enterprises requires replacing e-mail with social media. Don Tapscott, an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto, spoke with McKinsey’s Rik Kirkland in September 2012. For more on Tapscott, see his new book (with Anthony D. Interview transcript How do we get beyond e-mail to these new social platforms that include an industrial-strength social network? But we’ve approached this wrong over the years. So, if we can get all of Jessica’s knowledge into this container, or computer system, then when she leaves the company we’ll still have Jessica, or we can get to Jessica in this container. So, there’s a big change that’s underway right now in rethinking knowledge management. You need to have a new collaborative suite where, rather than receiving 50 e-mails about a project, you go there and you see what’s new.

Siphs - A Life Sciences Community La coopération, nouvelles approches Page principale - S'identifier - S'inscrire - Contact Venez découvrir mon dernier livre Présentation du livre La coopération, nouvelles approches Ce livre présente quelques reflexions sur la coopérations. Téléchargez librement la version complète 1.2 (format pdf - 538 Ko) Voir le résumé du livre. par Manu Bodinier Ou voir chaque chapitre ci-dessous pour y ajouter vos commentaires et lire ceux des autres. Sommaire En bonus : quelques exemples de projets coopératifs Questions ouvertes et aspects non traités dans le livre Lien entre les différentes méthodes de régulation : la coopération, la plannification ou l'économie - voir l'introduction_du_livre_internet (téléchargement complet du Tome1 et Tome2) et économie_et_coopération. Bienvenue Thèmes abordés Recherche Archive : tous les articles

Reliance Avec "L’Intelligence de l’Action appelle l’exercice de la Pensée Complexe. Pragmatique et Epistémique sont inséparables", Jean-Louis Le Moigne lance un appel aux communautés humaines afin qu'elles se dotent d'outils de compréhension qui soient à la hauteur de la complexité des phénomènes auxquels elles sont confrontées. Le Moigne rappelle les propos d'Edgar Morin (1976) : "Relier, toujours relier... C’est que je n’avais pour méthode que d’essayer de saisir les liaisons mouvantes. On l'aura compris, Morin avait saisi que notre regard dissocié et fragmenté sur le monde ne permettait pas d'appréhender et d'agir sur les phénomènes complexes et inter reliés que sont les grands enjeux mondiaux. Le Moigne poursuit en rappelant que : "Edgar Morin a campé dès 1980 ce phénomène sous le nom imagé d’écologie de l’action : "Toute action échappe à la volonté de son auteur en entrant dans le jeu des inter-rétro-actions du milieu où elle intervient.

Staying in Touch Searching for life beyond our teeming planet has led to some innovative collaborative approaches to generating knowledge right here at home. PHONE HOME: E.T. tried to call home using this "phone."MATTINGLY23/WIKIPEDIA.ORG Earthlings have wondered for a long time whether life-forms as smart as we are—or smarter—are out there. Our species finds the idea of intelligent extraterrestrial life so fascinating that it has become a staple of literature, music, and film. While Earth-scale planets in “habitable zone” orbits have only recently been spotted, astronomers’ search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) has a much longer history. Life scientists quickly jumped into distributed computing to solve some of the thornier problems of life as we know it right here on Earth. While passively offering your computer to search for extraterrestrial intelligence or to perform protein-folding calculations is certainly appealing, where’s the fun? Mary Beth Aberlin Editor-in-Chief eic@the-scientist.com

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