A Simple Computational Theory of General Collective Intelligence. Krafft, P M and Tenenbaum, J. B people.csail.mit.edu.
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… Coordination Theory was an early attempt to explain collective intelligence, particularly in business settings, that focused on how organizations achieve complex coordination of activities [Malone and Crowston, 1990]. The computational framework Shared- Plans offers a normative view of coordinated activities [Grosz and Kraus, 1996]. We can view these prior … are other attributes that are poorly captured by our current account. 7 Conclusion We have offered a new theoretical lens, inspired by a simple intuition from multiagent systems, to understand the conditions for general
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