Toward a complex adaptive intelligence community

Category: NGOs & Government
Published on Jun 23, 2008

I’ve written a fair amount about Intellipedia on this blog (see here for example). Many people see it as one of the premier examples of enterprise 2.0 innovation. Not many people realize, however, that Intellipedia is not just the CIA’s wiki. What makes Intellipedia interesting and important is the fact that it takes a dysfunctional collection of 16 disparate intelligence agencies and offers up the opportunity to work as a single coherent entity with a […]

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Enabling the e-Society

Category: NGOs & Government
Published on Jun 08, 2008

How will policy-makers keep pace with today’s rapidly changing world and bring greater agility and dynamism to public responses to monumental challenges like climate change, food scarcity and the spread of infectious disease? How can citizens and others stakeholders feed their knowledge and experience into the policy cycle and how can policy-makers tap the collective ingenuity of society? Can we leverage the immense stores of increasingly granular and immediate data to build models and simulations […]

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