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Knowledge Illusion Paul Gibbons' review

Book Review – The Knowledge Illusion – Why We Never Think Alone

Knowledge Illusion: Inspiring, paradigm shifting perspective on knowledge – and what humans can achieve together The Knowledge Illusion tells us something depressing – we don’t know nearly as much INDIVIDUALLY as we think, and something liberating – COLLECTIVELY, thinking together, we can achieve magical things. Day in and day out we use objects, such as […]

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wisdom of crowds

Are All of Us Really Smarter Than One of Us?

Don’t confuse group wisdom with the madness of crowds “All of us is smarter than one of us” is a nice-sounding aphorism. It is the sort of platitude that gets thousands of retweets and shares, while making the proclaimer sound like a team player: immensely humble, and up-to-date with their management reading. But pithy feelgood phrases such as this get in […]

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