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Markus Luczak-Roesch
Victoria University of Wellington
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This is an attempt to develop a universal socio-technical computing machine that captures and coordinates human input to let collective problem solving activities emerge on the Web without the need for an a priori composition of a dedicated task or human collective.
Keywords collective intelligence  turing machine  social computing  human computation  human agent collectives
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