Deadline approaching for Collective Intelligence Conference submissions - Brooklyn


Jan. 30, 2017 8:00 am

Deadline approaching for Collective Intelligence Conference submissions

The GovLab conference “seeks to advance our understanding of collective intelligence and the workings of groups.”

Dr. Julia Lane at GovLab.

(Photo by Brady Dale)

Two minds are better than one, they say. That submission might not get me into the Collective Intelligence Conference at NYU Tandon this spring, but I bet you can do better, you brainiac reader you.

If you’ve got some ideas on the dynamics of group intelligence, the deadline for submissions is Feb. 1.

“Coming from myriad disciplines and fields, conference participants share how connecting groups of people, information, and machines can lead to more intelligent behavior and more effective problem solving,” according to the conference, which is being hosted by the GovLab.

Some topics of interest include: social computing, crowdfunding, institutional design and governance, and more.

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