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8 Zen Tips For Collaborative Brainstorming

Using mindfulness, and community to creatively solve problems

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CI actually reflects what happens in natural environments. It is the collaborative autonomy of organisms in their ecosystems that makes evolution possible.


In natural ecosystems, each organism’s unique signature is derived from its genetics, circumstances, behavior, and position in its ecosystem. This construct offers us easy to understand and apply principles for the design of next-generation social networks. It is these very social networks that support collaborative intelligence, crowdsourcing individual expertise, preferences, and unique contributions in any problem-solving process.

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