• If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • You already know Dokkio is an AI-powered assistant to organize & manage your digital files & messages. Very soon, Dokkio will support Outlook as well as One Drive. Check it out today!


Collective Intelligence Objectives

Page history last edited by Dmitry Sokolov 6 years, 6 months ago


 Visual Taxonomy
Links   Hide/Show:

Taxonomy Path

The objectives are adopted from the Center for Collective Intelligence:


and atomised to meet the analysis criteria in the AIMS (Atomised Information Management System) format.


The objectives considered are:

  • (a) What would it mean for a group of people to be "intelligent"? For instance, if a single superhuman intelligence had access to all the knowledge and resources of a company like IBM or General Motors, what would it do? What strategies would it pursue? How quickly could it respond to changes in the marketplace? How productively could it use factories and money? How profitable would it be? And-most importantly-how closely could we approximate the behavior of this imaginary superhuman intelligence by cleverly connecting real people and computers?
    • The human intelligence cannot be adequately quantified, measured, modelled and described by humans. System Cannot Be Described by the Rules and Laws of the System. Intelligence is not just a result of "human logics". It is an interplay between consciousness, memory and probably other processes. The Consciousness Cannot Be Described by Quantum Mechanics. Similar situation is taking place with memory. As the properties of the superhuman intelligence are expected to exceed the characteristics of the intelligence of humans, it has even less chances for adequate perception and description. Moreover, the controllability of the "superhuman intelligence" is highly questionable. This problematics is carefully addressed by the scientific fiction authors.
  • (b) What can we learn from the ways human brains are organized that might suggest new ways to organize groups of people to perform intelligently? (And vice versa: What can we learn from the ways people are organized that might help us understand how human brains are organized?)
  • (c) The field of artificial intelligence (AI) has, for decades, tried to create computer programs that can behave as intelligently as humans. From the traditional AI point of view, letting people help a program while it is running is considered cheating (Sociological Feasibility of Artificial Intelligence ). But what if that were fine? What if the goal were to create combined human/machine systems that were more intelligent than either people or machines could be alone?


Actors Functions Results Addressed at MIAWiki as








Pages in Other Languages




Comments (0)

You don't have permission to comment on this page.