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How to Measure the Wisdom of a Crowd: A group's interactions drive its intelligence more than the brain power of individual members.

 
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10/09/2010 04:15 AM
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How to Measure the Wisdom of a Crowd: A group's interactions drive its intelligence more than the brain power of individual members.
[link to polinance.blogspot.com]

What makes a team more intelligent has more to do with the group's interactions. More equal participation and greater social sensitivity on the part of its members are the key factors in predicting a group's intelligence, according to the study, published on sept. 30th by the journal Science.
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10/09/2010 04:20 AM
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Re: How to Measure the Wisdom of a Crowd: A group's interactions drive its intelligence more than the brain power of individual members.
Blahblah .. screw all that "teamwork" crap and shove it.

Teamwork was invented to make the individual in the group easily replaceable, that´s all folks.

Be good in your job and do not share any knowledge for free.
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10/09/2010 04:23 AM
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Re: How to Measure the Wisdom of a Crowd: A group's interactions drive its intelligence more than the brain power of individual members.
Blahblah .. screw all that "teamwork" crap and shove it.

Teamwork was invented to make the individual in the group easily replaceable, that´s all folks.

Be good in your job and do not share any knowledge for free.
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Have you seen how crowds of people interact?

Same concept. You don't have to be labeled a team for this type of social dynamic to work. Scary really.
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Re: How to Measure the Wisdom of a Crowd: A group's interactions drive its intelligence more than the brain power of individual members.
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