collective intelligence

Publication date: 
08/2018
Authors: 
Ethan Bernstein
Jesse Shore
David Lazer

People influence each other when they interact to solve problems. Such social influence introduces both benefits (higher average solution quality due to exploitation of existing answers through social learning) and costs (lower maximum solution quality due to a reduction in individual exploration for novel answers) relative to independent problem solving.

Keywords: 
collective intelligence
social influence
social networks
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