Collective intelligence

Collective intelligence is shared or group intelligence that comes from the collaboration, collective efforts, and competitiveness of many people and manifests itself in consensus decision making.

Benefits of Collective intelligence

Collective intelligence refers to the ability of a group or community to solve problems and make decisions together that are better than those made by individuals acting alone. Here are some benefits of collective intelligence:

  • Diversity of perspectives: Collective intelligence brings together individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives, which allows for a wider range of ideas and solutions to be considered.
  • More accurate decisions: When a group is able to pool its knowledge and expertise, it can make more accurate and informed decisions than any individual member could on their own.
  • Improved problem-solving: Collective intelligence can help groups to identify new solutions to complex problems that may not have been apparent to any individual member.
  • Increased innovation: Collective intelligence can also lead to greater innovation, as members of a group are able to build on each other's ideas and develop new concepts together.
  • Greater engagement: When individuals feel that their contributions are valued and that they are part of a larger effort, they are more likely to be engaged and invested in the group's success.
  • Enhanced learning: Collective intelligence can also be a powerful learning tool, as individuals are exposed to new ideas and perspectives that they may not have encountered otherwise.
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  • Last modified: 2023/03/30 15:39
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