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Monday, October 25, 2010

Intelligent Individuals Don't Make Groups Smarter

An intriguing insight that is applicable to crowds research:

" ...  an early effort at defining general intelligence in groups suggests that individual brainpower contributes little to collective smarts. Instead, it's social awareness -- the ability to pick up on emotional cues in others -- that seems to determine how smart a group can be ... "

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