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.
The world can't begin again on any higher plane than just the level of our collective intelligence.
The higher the collective intelligence, that is to say, the higher is the collective possibility.
Heaven and earth are such an immense realm that it can only be grasped by the collective intelligence of all intelligent beings.'
Such 'collective intelligence' Goethe perhaps more nearly possessed than any other human being has done.
In a mob the collective intelligence and mercy is that of the least intelligent and most brutal members that compose the mob.
With the coming of these new weapons her collective intelligence thrilled with the sense that now her moment had come.