ORGANIZATION NAME: Prediction Market Clusters
EVENT NAME: Collective Intelligence Summit: Leading Collective Intelligence
EVENT START DATE: 1/23/2009 8:00:00 AM
EVENT END DATE: 1/23/2009 5:00:00 PM
EVENT LOCATION: Fort Mason Center Firehouse, San Francisco, California. At the intersection of Marina Boulevard and Buchanan Street, in the Marina District.
EVENT REGION: US - Silicon Valley/Bay Area
EVENT THEME: Conferences/Trade Shows
EVENT PURPOSE: The conference is for executives, directors, mangers, users and practitioners having immediate needs to apply collective intelligence networks and market mechanisms to advance business outcomes through mastery of collective wisdom.
EVENT SPEAKERS: NewsFutures, Xpree, the Prediction Markets Industry Association, Mercury, Robin Hanson, and many others.
EVENT COST: $399
EVENT RELATED WEBSITE: http://www.pmcluster.com/SFO09.htm
EVENT CONTACT NAME: Sarah Jones
EVENT CONTACT PHONE: 978-468-0267
CONTACT EMAIL: [email protected]
MUST ONE RSVP?: Yes!
INVITATION ONLY?: No
PROPER ATTIRE: Business Casual
BUSINESS CARDS: YES - Bring Business Cards
EVENT NOTES: New ways to share, trade and aggregate information using Internet-based markets are exploding. These powerful Web 2.0 network knowledge markets help companies, schools, governments and individuals to acquire and master ever-growing bodies of knowledge. These prediction market capabilities achieve mastery of collective wisdom with stunning speed and accuracy. These new collaborative mechanisms and social innovations are driving collective intelligence networks. They resolve questions of science, technology, management, strategy, planning and policy far better than experts or management. Collective intelligence inhabits the ceaseless flurry of self-correcting social exchanges and collective markets. They cover everything from politics and business plans to sports and new product features. Enormously potent, these social networks and markets generate new ideas and amass and refine knowledge and collective wisdom with blinding speed and accuracy. Collective intelligence networks and knowledge markets are becoming commonplace in the smartest firms. Top firms using prediction markets are Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft, Eli Lilly, Abbott Laboratories, HP and Siemens. Major analysts firms declare them critical to Enterprise 2.0 information and knowledge management portfolios. The conference sessions are focused, practical and conversational. They are for executives, directors, mangers, users and practitioners having immediate needs to apply collective intelligence networks and market mechanisms to advance business outcomes through mastery of collective wisdom.
ORGANIZATION NOTES: About the Prediction Market Clusters The Prediction Market Clusters, founded in 2004, are the global industry commons and open community for prediction markets and collective intelligence networks worldwide. The open, agnostic network is a focused collaboration of vendors, academia, traders, users, developers, markets, regulators and stakeholders. The goal is to provide awareness, diffusion, adoption and pull-through for enterprise and consumer prediction markets. The Prediction Markets Cluster is the worldwide Next Practices network for collective intelligence networks practices, tools and theories. http://www.pmcluster.com/ About the Collective Intelligence Conference Sponsors Sponsors of the Collective Intelligence Conference are the world’s leading producers of prediction market software, services, exchanges and expertise. They supply continuous innovation in prediction markets and collective intelligence networks. Among these leaders are: NewsFutures: http://us.newsfutures.com/ Xpree: http://www.xpree.com/ Mercury-RAC: http://blog.mercury-rac.com/ PMIA: http://www.pmindustry.org/ PM Clusters: http://www.pmcluster.com/SFO09.htm To become a sponsor of the PM Clusters and the upcoming Collective Intelligence Conference, please contact Sarah V. Jones for details.
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