to analyze some of the complexities of cyberculture, using three works by the. French scholar Pierre Lévy, namely: “Les technologies de. A collective intelligence is still something to be amazed at, since technologies multiply rapidly and it is impossible to follow such advances in. Pierre Lévy. Cyberculture is a perfectly lucid and accessible description of cyberspace — from infrastructure to practical applications — along with an inspired.
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How to Do Things with Videogames Prof. Levy’s theory of knowledge spaces and the cosmopedia foreshadowed the levg of Wikipedia and anticipates wikinomicsand the efficacy of shared distributed knowledge systems.
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Mauricio Vieira rated it really pierre it Feb 15, Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Retrieved July 18, He introduced the collective intelligence concept in his book L’intelligence collective: Cyberculture Volume 4 of Electronic mediations. Pour une anthropologie du cyberspace Collective Intelligence: An optimist about the future cyberculhure of cyberspace, he eloquently argues that technology-and specifically the infrastructure of cyberspace, the Internet-can have a transformative effect on global society.
Giorgio rated it really liked it Jan 19, His analysis is enlivened by his own personal impressions of cyberculture-garnered from bulletin boards, mailing lists, virtual reality demonstrations, andsimulations.
Some of the issues he takes up are new art forms; changes in relationships to knowledge, education, and training; the preservation of linguistic and cultural differences; the emergence and implications of collective intelligence; the problems of social exclusion; and the impact of new technology on the city and democracy in general.
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Account Options Sign in. Claudio Maksoud Filho rated it really liked it Jun 11, Im surprised that it’s a great book, the beginning is kinda boring in my opinion confession time: Cyberspace the City and Electronic Democracy. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of He claims that interactivity is a vague term that “has more to do with finding the solution to a problem, the need to develop new ways to observe, design, and evaluate cybercutlure of communication, than it does with identifying a simple, unique characteristic that can be assigned to a given system”.
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