Studying collective intelligence to solve big challenges

Tom Malone, founder of the Center for Collective Intelligence at MIT Sloan discusses his group’s efforts to find out what gives groups superior cognitive abilities across a wide variety of tasks. Statistically, group intelligence only moderately correlates with individual imageintelligence;the most important attributes proves to be social perception, taking turns in discussions, and percentage of women in the group.

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