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  • When the Crowd Isn’t Wise

    By David Leonhardt, The New York Times July 7, 2012 In the days leading up to the Supreme Court’s health care decision, rumors began to circulate in Washington that the justices had decided to uphold the law. Liberals around town who might have reason to know the outcome seemed happy, according to the...
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  • The Wisdom of Crowds

    By Abby Abazorius, CSAIL, MIT News A recent paper out of Manolis Kellis' group shows the wisdom of crowds when it comes to selecting methods for analyzing gene regulatory networks. Excerpt: Uncovering and modeling gene regulatory networks is one of the longstanding challenges in computational biology...
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  • Wisdom of groups promotes cooperation in evolutionary social dilemmas (2012)

    Abstract: Whether or not to change strategy depends not only on the personal success of each individual, but also on the success of others. Using this as motivation, we study the evolution of cooperation in games that describe social dilemmas, where the propensity to adopt a different strategy depends...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: brendah
  • Predicting elections: A ‘Wisdom of Crowds’ approach (2012)

    Abstract: Opinion polls are the currency of politics. They are used by media organisations to evaluate the performance of governments, and by governments and political parties to test the policies that shape manifestos and reform agendas. But opinion polls all rely on one thing – asking people how they...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: brendah
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