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Collective intelligence at the Cambridge Rare Disease Network
Developing and using our collective intelligence – using digital and social technologies to support and enhance the work of thinking beyond the capabilities of any individual person- will be vital as we take on the key challenges of coming years; our climate, managing our resources, health, ageing population.
Lydia Nicholas of Nesta blogged about the 2015 Cambridge Rare Disease Summit, sharing some examples of collective intelligence ‘in the wild’.
Read her post on the Nesta website.