Wednesday, March 21, 2018

by Brett

This REALLY got my attention. As a group process faciliator, I've known for a long time that at any given meeting there is a lot more intellegence at that table than is typically harvested. Here's a look at some major new tech involving collective intellegence and transparancy:

"For the first time, we can bridge the gap between online and the real world," testified Crane. A challenge "thought impossible by the intelligence community using traditional techniques" was solved in 8 hours and 52 minutes, said Crane. "We leveraged the problem-solving capabilities of the participants," said Crane, and "built the infrastructure that allowed others to solve the problem for us." As Brian Ahier pointed out on his blog on healthcare IT, Crane praised Tim O'Reilly's "government as a platform" concept and Gov 2.0 principles in his Senate testimony:

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