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Louis Rosenberg
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Sales forecasts are critical to businesses of all sizes, enabling teams to project revenue, prioritize marketing, plan distribution, and scale inventory levels. Research shows, however, that sales forecasts of new products are highly inaccurate due to scarcity of historical data and weakness in subjective judgements required to compensate for lack of data. The present study explores sales forecasting performed by human groups and compares the accuracy of group forecasts generated by traditional ...
#1Louis RosenbergH-Index: 2
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Swarm Intelligence (SI) is a natural phenomenon that enables social species to quickly converge on optimized group decisions by interacting as real-time closed-loop systems. This process, which has been shown to amplify the collective intelligence of biological groups, has been studied extensively in schools of fish, flocks of birds, and swarms of bees. This paper provides an overview of a new collaboration technology called Artificial Swarm Intelligence (ASI) that brings the same benefits to ne...
This article explores how a collaboration technology called Artificial Swarm Intelligence (ASI) addresses the limitations associated with group decision making, amplifies the intelligence of human ...
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Last.Colin Domnauer (University of California, Berkeley)
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New technologies enable distributed human teams to form real-time systems modeled after natural swarms. Often referred to as Artificial Swarm Intelligence (ASI) or simply “human swarming”, these real-time systems have been shown to amplify group intelligence across a wide range of tasks, from handicapping sports to forecasting financial markets. While most prior research has studied human swarms with 20–100 members, the present study explores the ability of ASI to amplify accuracy in small teams...
#1David A. Askay (California Polytechnic State University)H-Index: 4
#2David Askay (California Polytechnic State University)
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#1Louis RosenbergH-Index: 2
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Swarm Intelligence (SI) is a natural phenomenon in which biological groups amplify their collective intelligence by forming dynamic systems. It has been studied extensively in bird flocks, fish schools, and bee swarms. In recent years, AI technologies have enabled networked human groups to form systems modeled on natural swarms. Referred to as Artificial Swarm Intelligence or ASI, this approach has been shown to significantly amplify the effective intelligence of human groups. The present study ...
#1Louis RosenbergH-Index: 2
#2Matthew P. Lungren (Stanford University)H-Index: 14
Last.Mimi LyonsH-Index: 1
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Swarm Intelligence (SI) is a biological phenomenon in which groups of organisms amplify their combined brainpower by forming real-time systems. It has been studied for decades in fish schools, bird flocks, and bee swarms. Recent advances in networking and AI technologies have enabled distributed human groups to form closed-loop systems modeled after natural swarms. The process is referred to as Artificial Swarm Intelligence (ASI) and has been shown to significantly amplify group performance. The...
#1Louis RosenbergH-Index: 2
#2Gregg WillcoxH-Index: 1
In the natural world, Swarm Intelligence (SI) is a commonly occurring process in which biological groups amplify their collective intelligence by forming closed-loop systems. It is well known in schools of fish, flocks of bird, and swarms of bees. In recent years, new AI technologies have enabled networked human groups to form systems modeled after natural swarms. Known as Artificial Swarm Intelligence (ASI), the technique has been shown to amplify the effective intelligence of human groups. Thi...
#1Louis RosenbergH-Index: 2
#2Gregg WillcoxH-Index: 1
Last.Erick Harris (California Polytechnic State University)
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Artificial Swarm Intelligence (ASI) is a method for amplifying the collective intelligence of human groups by connecting networked participants into real-time systems modeled after natural swarms and moderated by AI algorithms. ASI has been shown to amplify performance in a wide range of tasks, from forecasting financial markets to prioritizing conflicting objectives. This study explores the ability of ASI systems to amplify the social intelligence of small teams. A set of 61 teams, each of 3 to...
#1Louis RosenbergH-Index: 2
#2Gregg WillcoxH-Index: 1
in the natural world, many social species amplify their collective intelligence by forming real-time closed-loop systems. Referred to as Swarm Intelligence (SI), this phenomenon has been rigorously studied in schools of fish, flocks of birds, and swarms of bees. In recent years, technology has enabled human groups to form real-time closed-loop systems modeled after natural swarms and moderated by AI algorithms. Referred to as Artificial Swarm Intelligence (ASI), these methods have been shown to ...
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