a phenomenon in sociology where a shared or group intelligence emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals
Collective intelligence is also a form of networking enabled by the rise of communications technology, which has enabled interactivity and users generating their own content.
[kuh-lek-tiv] /kəˈlɛk tɪv/ adjective 1. formed by . 2. forming a whole; combined: the collective assets of a corporation and its subsidiaries. 3. of or characteristic of a group of individuals taken together: the collective wishes of the membership. 4. organized according to the principles of collectivism: a collective farm. noun 5. . 6. a […]
noun 1. a trademark or service mark used by the members of a cooperative, a union, or other collective association to identify themselves as members.
noun 1. a memory or memories shared or recollected by a group, as a community or culture. 2. any collection of memories passed from one generation to the next. noun 1. the shared memories of a group, family, race, etc
noun, Grammar. 1. a noun, as herd, jury, or clergy, that appears singular in formal shape but denotes a group of persons or objects. noun 1. a noun that is singular in form but that refers to a group of people or things