Los Alamos Lab: Collective Decision-Making Site

By Howard Rheingold, published at 10 May 2007 - 8:12pm, last updated 11 years 14 weeks ago.

Daniel Steinbock's ever-interesting blog, mind mob, points to the site his colleagues at Los Alamos National Laboratory have created for all things related to collective decision-making:

What do riots, stampedes, Kool-Aid cults and black market Tuesday have in common? They are all collective decisions. These failed flashes of human potential can now be made successful through a variety of ignorant aggregation systems. Collective decision making systems utilize non-confrontational computer interfaces to facilitate the appropriate combination of the diverse bits of information and insight contained within us all. Here’s to white market Fridays!