Currently we talk a lot about artificial intelligence. Yet, the more creative and human centered paradigm of collective intelligence has yet to generate the buzz that it deserves. There are many new technologies and platforms geared towards communication and collective interactions, and I will discuss why most of them, as currently implemented, lead us towards collective madness rather than collective intelligence. I will then point out some design principles that can help us to build platforms for collective problem solving and that could help us to realise the potential for collective intelligence. Johannes Castner is a data scientist, data engineer and AI practitioner with expertise in modern (scalable) deep learning, data pipelines, knowledge graphs and reasoning systems. Johannes has an interdisciplinary academic background in Anthropology, Economics and Computational Social Science and now he employs these skills in his support of an undergoing humanistic global transformation. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Jakob and his team are exploring the intersection between human creativity and new technologies, with focus on idea generation and co-creation. In his talk, he will describe how the new possibilities arising from big data and artificial intelligence will enhance our capacity to collaborate and innovate at scale. And make new friends! Jakob is a 50+ year old family father with a life long passion for skiing and sailing. After spending half of his working life in big cities and large corporations, he moved with his family to Åre, a small mountain village in Northern Europe and founded a start-up company. As entrepreneurs, Jakob and his team are exploring the intersection between human creativity and new technologies, with focus on idea generation and co-creation. In his talk, he will describe how the new possibilities arising from big data and artificial intelligence will enhance our capacity to collaborate and innovate at scale. And make new friends! This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx