The Wisdom of Crowds

Why the Many are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economics, Society and Nations

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In this landmark work, NEW YORKER columnist James Surowiecki explores a seemingly counter-intuitive idea that has profound implications. Decisions taken by a large group, even if the individuals within the group aren't smart, are always better than d ...Continua
Riccardo Mariani
Ha scritto il 29/11/11

Ha scritto il 10/11/10
An easy-to-read and though-provoking book about collective intelligent. It stresses, provided the crowd is independent and diversified, that the crowd can deduce better decision than the average individual. The concept is similar to the one proposed...Continua
Ha scritto il 20/07/09
The author suggests here that a bunch of dumb people actually can do better than 1 single genius. That is, 1+1=3! But, it is with certain conditions:1. The mass got to be big enough2. Each person need to make independent decision, to avoid decision c...Continua
Ha scritto il 18/07/09

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Ha scritto il 29/05/09

The idea is not brand new though the examples are interesting. Still a typical US book, full of 口水花.

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