Collective intelligence

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Collective intelligence is a method to build new knowledge based on collaborative efforts.

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  • Dahlander et al. Why now is the time for "open innovation". (related to covid-19) [1]
  • WISE. Miten voisimme edistää läpinäkyvää tietoperusteista päätöksentekoa? (how to promote transparent knowledge-based decision making [2]
  • RTI U.S. Synthetic household population [3]
  • Webinar of UNESCO open science recommendation [4]
  • The GovLab (Noveck et al) 2019: The open policymaking playbook [5]
  • Nesta. The collective intelligence design playbook. report [6] website
    • Nesta Centre for Collective Intelligence Design [7]
  • Nesta & GovLab. Using collective intelligence to solve public problems [8] 2020-10-20
  • GovLab. Using collective intelligence to solve public problems [9]
    • Collective intelligence case studies [10] (including Helsinki Climate Watch)
    • Collective crisis intelligence [11] (about Covid-19)
  • Stefaan Verhulst 2018. Where and when AI and CI meet: exploring the intersection of artificial and collective towards the goal of innovating how we govern [12]
  • Cicolab. Collective intelligence collaboratory. [13]
  • The GovLab collective intelligence podcast [14] (City of Lakewood Sustainable Neighborhoods Program (with Jonathan Wachtel))
    • Lakewood Sustainability Plans, reports, and projects [15]
  • UNDP and GovLab. Multi city challenge Africa [16]
  • Meinhard Doelle, A. John Sinclair. Time for a new approach to public participation in EA: Promoting cooperation and consensus for sustainability
  • Mark Jurkowitz, Amy Mitchell, Elisa Shearer and Mason Walker. U.S. Media Polarization and the 2020 Election: A Nation Divided. Deep partisan divisions exist in the news sources Americans trust, distrust and rely on. [17] 2020-01-24
  • WIRED Opinion. Psychological microtargeting could actually save politics. The Cambridge Analytica scandal gave psychometrics a bad rap. What if it could be deployed to make politics better? [18]
  • Jan C.Semenza. Public Perception of Climate Change: Voluntary Mitigation and Barriers to Behavior Change. American Journal of Preventive Medicine Volume 35, Issue 5, November 2008, Pages 479-487
  • Sharon L Harlan, Darren M Ruddell. Climate change and health in cities: impacts of heat and air pollution and potential co-benefits from mitigation and adaptation. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability Volume 3, Issue 3, May 2011, Pages 126-134.

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