Active participation and collaboration is the core of any organization. We design the tools that enables the collective intelligence to grow.
Collective intelligence, as the name implies, is about the phenomenon of intelligence as it arises in groups of individuals — whether those individuals are individual people or whether they are organizations, companies, or markets.
THOMAS W. MALONE, founding director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence
Read more about Collective Intelligence in our Blog.
Tools used by society today for working with collective intelligence are for example Social Media, Webpages, Phones and Email. But more specialized tools are also available, famous examples are:
We’re creating the next generation of CI tools supporting all forms of cooperation