Peter Gloor   (1)

 Peter Gloor

AI Professor, MIT’s Sloan School of Management, Research Scientist,
MIT Center for Collective Intelligence

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Speaking topics

Coolhunting: How to find innovators, influencers, and trends on online social media  
Coolfarming: How to develop cool new ideas using social network analysis  
Virtual mirroring: How to increase individual performance and creativity through a virtual mirror created of online communication archives 
Virtual tribes: How to identify hidden virtual tribes in online social media and understand their demographic structure 
How to measure emotions using the “happimeter”, a body sensing device based on smartwatches 
How to create groupflow – the positive state of high productivity within a team induced by collective consciousness through entanglement and empathy.

Abstracts

The proliferation of the Internet and smartphones allow large geographically distributed groups of people to instantaneously share information and create new things. Global but highly targeted and focused online social networks – virtual tribes – open up unprecedented opportunities to read and predict the collective mind. This course teaches how to create the “supermind”, groups of people who work together in collective consciousness to innovate and build new things impossible before. The course combines latest insights from social media monitoring, machine learning, and big data with cutting-edge research in the psychology of emotions. The degree of collaboration can be measured through seven honest signals of collaboration, strong leadership, balanced contribution, rotating leadership, responsiveness, honest sentiment, shared language, and social capital. These signals can be used for “social quantum physics”, to measure and support entanglement in teams, and the Heisenberg effect of teams, to analyze how the behavior of a group changes, if it is mirrored back its behavior. The seminar explains how to implement these concepts using the software tool Condor, developed by the lecturer and his team at MIT. Condor calculates the seven honest signals of collaboration, tracking the degree of collective consciousness on online social media such as Twitter, blogs, or Facebook, or corporate e-mail, calendar, and chat archives using dynamic semantic social network analysis and machine learning. Transparency is the key concept to deal with fake news and other kind of unverified content to assess its bias, motivation, authenticity, and correctness. While individual Internet users request transparency about how their data is being used, they also want to maintain privacy. We resolve this contradiction by showing how each person, brand, or fact is represented and interpreted on the Internet. This happens through the concept of social quantum physics: re-interpreting the past and making it transparent will positively influence the future. The “Transparency Engine” is a social network search engine that separates fact from fiction by exposing the hidden “influencers” and their “tribes” behind fake news and other news items. The workshop also introduces the “happimeter”, an innovative body-sensing device based on smartwatches. The happimeter correlates the body signals of the wearer with her/his mood states and external outcomes such as creativity, team success, or organizational performance. During the workshop, participants will use the happimeter to learn about their own mood states, to better understand what makes them happy, to create “superminds”: collaborative innovation networks, creative teams working together in collective consciousness.

Bio note

Peter A. Gloor is a Research Scientist at the Center for Collective Intelligence at MIT’s Sloan School of Management where he leads a project exploring Collaborative Innovation Networks.   He is also Founder and Chief Creative Officer of software company galaxyadvisors, a Honorary Professor at University of Cologne, and Honorary Professor at Jilin University, Changchun, China. He also taught at Universidad Cattolica in Santiago de Chile, Aalto University Helsinki, and University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland. Earlier he was a partner with Deloitte and PwC, and a manager at UBS. He got his Ph.D in computer science from the University of Zurich and was a Post-Doc at the MIT Lab for Computer Science.  His two most recent books „Swarm Leadership“ and „Sociometrics“ appeared  2017 at Emerald Publishing. In his spare time Peter likes to play the piano, and hike and ski in the mountains. Peter A. Gloor is a Research Scientist at the Center for Collective Intelligence at MIT’s Sloan School of Management where he leads a project exploring Collaborative Innovation Networks.   He is also Founder and Chief Creative Officer of software company galaxyadvisors, a Honorary Professor at University of Cologne, and Honorary Professor at Jilin University, Changchun, China. He also taught at Universidad Cattolica in Santiago de Chile, Aalto University Helsinki, and University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland. Earlier he was a partner with Deloitte and PwC, and a manager at UBS. He got his Ph.D in computer science from the University of Zurich and was a Post-Doc at the MIT Lab for Computer Science.  His two most recent books „Swarm Leadership“ and „Sociometrics“ appeared  2017 at Emerald Publishing. In his spare time Peter likes to play the piano, and hike and ski in the mountains.

He blogs at swarmcreativity.blogspot.com. 

Home page: cci.mit.edu/pgloor 

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