To Tackle the World's Biggest Challenges, We Need This

We speak with Geoff Mulgan, Chief Executive of Nesta, on the opening of the new Centre for Collective Intelligence Design.

Why It Matters

The world is about to experience a massive rewiring of the human-data-machine relationship. Collective intelligence, a new fast-growing field, can contribute to recasting knowledge access and mobilization for change.

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