Collective Intelligence: Forms Functions and Evolution across Species, Societies, and Industry

May 15, 2024 - May 17, 2024
School of Collective Intelligence, Universite Mohammed VI Polytechnique


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Universite Mohammed VI Polytechnique

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Collective Intelligence (CI) refers to intelligent behavior in a group that can surpass the capacities of any of its members, by harnessing the contributions of multiple individuals. It is crucial to the evolutionary success of humans and numerous other species. 

The goal of this meeting is to facilitate dialogue between scholars who study CI in a diverse range of disciplines from biology to computer science, and across a wide range of populations, from insects to fish to rodents, to non-human primates, to small-scale human societies and industrialized ones. We aim to bring together advances in CI research from across these groups to better understand the cognitive evolution of humans and species and discuss how CI can address contemporary challenges.

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