December 2019: Dr. Lex Paulson visits the Collective Intelligence Unit​

On December 17th to 18th, CIU had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Lex Paulson, the Founding Director of the UM6P School of Collective Intelligence in Ben Guerir, Morocco. During his stay we held paper workshops and enjoyed many inspirational conversations. We are excited to see collective intelligence hubs from all over the world working together and look forward to another great year of collaboration.

Collaboration Meeting with The Democratic Society, We Do Democracy, Analyse & Tal and Zealand Institute of Business & Technology

On December 11th Collective Intelligence Unit hosted a workshop on collective intelligence for policy-making with The Democratic Society based in Brussels, We Do Democracy and Analyse & Tal based in Copenhagen, and Zealand Institute of Business & Technology based in Slagelse, where we explored future collaboration opportunities. We are excited to see where those new beginnings take us this year.

November 2019: Roundtable discussion with Geoff Mulgan

On October 29th, 2019 the Collective Intelligence Unit at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business (EGB) had the pleasure of hosting Geoff Mulgan, the Chief Executive of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA, UK), CBE and former Director of Policy under Tony Blair, author of numerous books and articles on social innovation; among them The Locust and the Bee (Princeton, 2013), and Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World (Princeton, 2018). At the round-table meeting, new opportunities and directions for future research cooperation between Geoff Mulgan (NESTA), Manuele Citi (EGB), Edward Ashbee (EGB), Billy Adamsen (Zealand Academy of Technologies and Business), Carina Antonia Hallin (CIU, EGB), Lizaveta Dubinka-Hushcha (CIU, EGB) and Naima Lipka (CIU, EGB) were discussed. 


October 2019: Lizaveta Dubinka at the Athens Democracy Forum

On October 9-11, 2019 Lizaveta Dubinka-Hushcha attended the annual Athens Democracy Forum, organised in association with the New York Times and bringing together over 400 international delegates from more than 30 countries. Collective Intelligence was chosen as a topic of this year’s opening provocation, lead by Lex Paulson from the School of Collective Intelligence in Morocco. 

September 2019: Lizaveta Dubinka at NESTA Innovation Government Summit in London

Lizaveta Dubinka-Hushcha represented CIU at NESTA Innovation Government Summit in London discussing the role of collective intelligence and artificial intelligence in re-engaging the public with democracy and creating flourishing local economies.

June 2019: Collective Intelligence School opening in Morocco

Carina Antonia Hallin is honored to take part in the opening of the first School of Collective Intelligence in the world in Ben Guerir, Morocco headed by the Founding Director of UM6P School of Collective Intelligence Dr. Lex Paulson, Scientific Director Brent Strickland, Director of Innovation Bisan Abdulkader and many other top scholars in CI.

Here together with other CI scholars: Assistant Professor Hélene Landemore (Yale University), Scientific Director Brent Strickland (UM6P), Founding Director of Center for Collective Intelligence Professor Thomas Malone (MIT), Head of Collective Intelligence Unit Carina Antonia Hallin (CBS) and Emile Servan-Schreiber (UM6P & Founder of Hypermind Prediction Market).

CIU's Julian Johannes Umbhau participates in the Collective Intelligence Conference in Pittsburgh

Julian Johannes Umbhau Jensen presents the paper “Testing Smart Crowds for the Economy” at the Collective Intelligence 2019 conference in Pittsburgh. The conference represents the latest and greatest from the field of Collective Intelligence and was inspirational from beginning to end.

May 2019: Crowd Predictions conference hosted by CIU at Tivoli

The Collective Intelligence Unit hosts the second annual conference in the Nordics on collective intelligence and the predictive abilities of crowds. This year’s speakers provided rich insights in the emerging fields of collective intelligence and machine learning. The conference focused on the relationship between the human and technological elements of crowd predictions in both markets and organizations.

March 2019: Carina Hallin at a Nesta event in London

Carina Antonia Hallin, Head of Collective Intelligence Unit, participates in a meeting on ‘New Data for Innovation Policy: From Explorations to Impact’, held in London on March 21st by the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) in collaboration with the European Commission and the OECD. Innovation agencies, statistical agencies and researchers across the world are exploring new applications of big data and analytical methods such as machine learning and Artificial Intelligence.

November 2018: Carina Hallin participates as a moderator at a workshop organized by the OECD and the Oslo Metropolitan University

Carina Antonia Hallin is invited by the OECD countries to moderate the workshop ‘Using digital technology to draw on collective intelligence for science and technology policy’ at Oslo Metropolitan University at the conference ‘Digital Technology For Science and Innovation – Emerging Topics for Policy Assessment. Watch the whole Digital Technology for Science and Innovation Conference here.

September 2018: Carina presents at the Artificial Intelligence Conference in London

Carina Antonia Hallin participates in the esteemed Artificial Intelligence Conference in London, where she presents her joint paper with Dr. Oded Koren of Shenkar College of Engineering and Design on a new algorithm for treating mixed data in big data platforms. 



Carina presents at the inaugural conference for the new NESTA Centre for Collective Intelligence Design

Carina Antonia Hallin joins experts for The National Endowment for Science, Technology and The Arts’ (NESTA) inaugural conference commemorating their new Centre for Collective Intelligence Design, where she presents on the emergent field of collective intelligence in business and society at large.

July 2018: CIU participates at the Collective Intelligence and Human Computation conference in Zürich

CIU had the opportunity to participate in the Collective Intelligence and Human Computation conferences in Zürich, with speakers and keynotes from a multitude of fields, from computer science, machine learning to psychology and astrophysics.

June 2018: CIU hosts the first Crowd Predictions conference in the Nordics

The Collective Intelligence Unit hosts the first ever conference on Crowd Predictions in the Nordics. Speakers from both industry and academia presented insight on how harnessing the intelligence of the crowd can be used to increase strategic decision-making.

October 2017: Carina Hallin presents a paper at the conference hosted by The Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies in Copenhagen

Carina Antonia Hallin presents “Crowd Foresight – Letting the Frontline Predict”. The conference, “Great Organizations don’t Guess – Digital Tools for Insight and Future Studies”, hosted by The Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies, featured innovations in strategic methods for Danish corporations.

March 2017: Carina Hallin speaks at the R&D Excellence Summit in Amsterdam

Carina Antonia Hallin speaks at the “2nd Annual R&D Excellence Summit: Intelligence and Deep Insights to Guide Innovation Summit” in Amsterdam. Hallin is invited by Head of Innovation Development at Novozymes to present a keynote speech on collective intelligence and crowd predictions for better foresight.

November 2016: A new research initiative project is being established between CIU and The School of Industrial Engineering and Management in Shenkar

Kick Off seminar: The Prediction Project in the Financial Sector, “Advancing predictability of Fluctuations Integrating Big Data and Crowdsourcing of Predictions in the Financial Sector”

October 2016: Carina Hallin at the Danish Industry Business Summit

Carina Antonia Hallin participates at the Danish Industry Business Summit. This year the summit brought together more than 1,000 senior executives, politicians, opinion-formers and decision makers, under the title Transforming Denmark – Winning the Future.