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We humans are so social, that we can hardly be independent of others because of social learning - our disposition for imitating behavior and communication.
In relation to decision...
Advances in modern science and technology have been made possible not only by genius innovation, but by our capacity to learn from others.
So social learning is seen as a source of collecti...
Collective intelligence means smart decision making among groups of individuals that improves on the ability of one single person.
It can be useful in areas such as management, pr...
... or maladaptive herding, happens in groups when ineffective or harmful knowledge amplifies due to copying and can cause events like instability in stock markets.
If we simply imitate other people without connecting what we see to our own experience, any idea, good or bad, can spread.
Striking the right balance between copying others and relying ...
Humans are not the only animals to display collective intelligence. Bees are also well known for their ability to make accurate collective decisions when they search for foods or new nests.
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Pop culture, be it movies, music or TV series, is increasingly and blatantly relying on the past, and using our feeling of the longing of the past, our nostalgia, to bait us into watching or liking...
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