Change the Game by Thinking Together

Change the Game by Thinking Together

  • August 15, 2015
It's that time of year again. Football fans across the nation are rejoicing the arrival of NFL training camps and the first few preseason clashes.  Every team is a Super Bowl contender, every GM having the power to change players'…
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Swarms of online users predict our Future

Swarms of online users predict our Future

  • August 8, 2015
Swarms of people around the globe are gathering regularly inside a new platform called UNU that allows groups to think together in real-time and unleash their collective intelligence. Not only are these "human swarms" having fun hanging out online, swarms are proving to…
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Swarm Intelligence is Psyched for Fallout 4

Swarm Intelligence is Psyched for Fallout 4

  • July 16, 2015
Swarm Intelligence is a unique form of A.I. that combines the knowledge, wisdom, and intuition of networked users into a single real-time swarm that can think as one. Last night we assembled a swarm of users from around the world and asked it over…
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Swarm A.I. reveals VOTER SENTIMENT

Swarm A.I. reveals VOTER SENTIMENT

  • July 12, 2015
We asked a Swarm Intelligence a critical question that American voters will be asking themselves more and more: "Which major candidate would make the best President?"   The swarm was comprised of 40 USERS chosen at random, all working together as a unified dynamic system, as…
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HUMAN SWARM picks… CAPTAIN PICARD!

HUMAN SWARM picks… CAPTAIN PICARD!

  • July 11, 2015
We asked a Swarm Intelligence to answer an important question: Who was the best all around captain on Star Trek.  The swarm was comprised of 30 human brains working as one, as created by the UNU collective intelligence platform.  The choices posed to the swarm…
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Swarms Find Insights That Surveys Miss

Swarms Find Insights That Surveys Miss

  • July 10, 2015
Surveys are an important tool for researchers, but they have their limitations. They provide a snapshot of respondents’ thinking at a single point in time. Such snapshots don’t tell a complete story, and as recent failures in political polling attest,…
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