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CCS (Center for Coordination Science)


Founded in 1991, the MIT Center for Coordination Science studied how coordination occurs in a variety of different systems, including human organizations, markets, and computer networks. The Center's work emphasized how new information technologies are making it possible to organize businesses—and other organizations—in new ways. In order to place even more emphasis on these new possibilities, the Center was reorganized and renamed in July 2006 to be the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence.

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November 01, 2011

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