Collective IQ

The true promise of Interactive Computing: Leveraging our Collective IQ

April 13, 2016 // 4 Comments

featured image The true promise of Interactive Computing: Leveraging our Collective IQ DEI | Apr 14, 2016 | Christina Engelbart What is this promise? In Doug's mind it was always about humans interacting with each other and with their knowledge in dynamic knowledge ecosystems, facilitated by a suite of interactive tools and processes. This is the gateway to augmenting human intellect, boosting Collective IQ, enhancing human effectiveness, and Bootstrapping Brilliance in business and society. [Continue Reading]

Esther Dyson’s ‘Way to Wellville’ Challenge a game changer

December 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

article featured imageEsther Dyson’s ‘Way to Wellville’ Challenge a game changer DEI | Dec 7, 2015 | Christina Engelbart Here’s an exciting fresh approach to transforming the health of our communities. “The Way to Wellville, a national challenge among five communities over five years to make significant, visible and lasting improvement in five measures of health and economic vitality. In the end, we’ll map new paths for entire communities to make changes that result in healthier people and places.” [Continue Reading]

Personal Digital Archiving Conference 2011

March 3, 2011 // 3 Comments

article featured imagePersonal Digital Archiving Conference 2011 DEI | Mar 1, 2011 | Christina Engelbart Last week the Internet Archive hosted the second annual conference on Personal Digital Archiving. In my presentation, “Learnings from a Life’s Work: The Doug Engelbart Archives,” I touched on my father’s life’s work, experiences archiving that work, and how his driving vision underlying that work informs the future of tools and practices for capturing, integrating, developing, evolving and re-using our individual and collective repositories, in both our work lives and our personal lives. [Continue Reading]

Dreams About How The World Could Be

February 7, 2010 // 3 Comments

article featured imageDreams About How The World Could Be DEI | Feb 6, 2010 | Gardner Campbell Guest author Gardner Campbell commemorates the NMC Fellows Award presentation to Doug Engelbart in June 2009 with his uncanny sense of articulating poetic sincerity the very core of Doug’s vision and passion. “Always, the goal was to enable us to identify, harness, and raise our collective IQ. The idea was to augment human intellects one by one, but by means of a fine tracing of mental and spiritual connections from which would emerge a true “capability infrastructure” to prepare us for the dangers, questions, and opportunities we would encounter as civilization continues to develop.” [Continue Reading]

A Tribute on this Anniversary

December 11, 2009 // 2 Comments

article featured imageA Tribute on this Anniversary DEI | Dec 9, 2009 | Christina Engelbart “Today marks the 41st anniversary of what is now known as the Mother of All Demos. On December 9th, 1968 at 3:45pm PT, my father Doug Engelbart and his research team at Stanford Research Institute (now SRI International) used the 90 minutes allotted for his speech at the Fall Joint Computer Conference to demonstrate their work live. This demo is now famous for dazzling the crowd with a whole new paradigm for computing, sparking the personal and interactive computing revolutions, the information age, etc.” [Continue Reading]

Greetings!

December 9, 2009 // 1 Comment

article featured imageGreetings! DEI | Dec 8, 2009 | Christina Engelbart Welcome aboard! Our first post in Collective IQ Review - a Doug Engelbart Institute blog by Director Christina Engelbart and invited guests on all things Doug Engelbart and the Institute. [Continue Reading]