Posts Tagged: crowd

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Generative/Co-Creative Methods

Link   “Generative research,” as a broad grouping of different methods, treats people as collaborators and idea-generators – more simply, as creators. The intention is to give collaborators enough room to express their innate creativity in some form or another,

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Generative/Co-Creative Methods

Link   “Generative research,” as a broad grouping of different methods, treats people as collaborators and idea-generators – more simply, as creators. The intention is to give collaborators enough room to express their innate creativity in some form or another,

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Aaron Koblin Interview

Link This email interview, with questions from Casey Reas, took place from 1 – 21 Apr 2009. Aaron Koblin is the Technology Lead at Google’s Creative Lab in San Francisco. He maintains a portfolio of work athttp://www.aaronkoblin.com. He received his

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Aaron Koblin Interview

Link This email interview, with questions from Casey Reas, took place from 1 – 21 Apr 2009. Aaron Koblin is the Technology Lead at Google’s Creative Lab in San Francisco. He maintains a portfolio of work athttp://www.aaronkoblin.com. He received his

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Emergence 湧現

For other uses, see Emergence (disambiguation). See also: Emergent (disambiguation), Spontaneous order, and Self-organization Snowflakes forming complex symmetrical patterns is an example of emergence in a physical system. A termite “cathedral” mound produced by a termite colony: a classic example of emergence in nature In philosophy, systems theory, science, and art, emergence is the waycomplex

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Emergence 湧現

For other uses, see Emergence (disambiguation). See also: Emergent (disambiguation), Spontaneous order, and Self-organization Snowflakes forming complex symmetrical patterns is an example of emergence in a physical system. A termite “cathedral” mound produced by a termite colony: a classic example of emergence in nature In philosophy, systems theory, science, and art, emergence is the waycomplex