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Links
http://cci.mit.edu/klein/deliberatorium.html
https://cci.mit.edu/klein/research/
Videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2w2WBCn7ug
Facilitation
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Deliberatorium

First Submitted By mklein60

Most Recent Changes By Jaskiran Gakhal

The Deliberatorium is a web-based system that combines ideas from argumentation theory and social computing to help large numbers of people, distributed in space and time, combine their insights to find well-founded solutions for complex problems.

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Problems and Purpose

Current collective innovation technologies fail badly when dealing with complex problems and large groups. The fundamental challenge, ironically, is super-abundance: crowds generated so many ideas that it becomes difficult to manage the process and harvest the best ideas. The Deliberatorium is a web-based system that combines ideas from argumentation theory and social computing to help large numbers of people, distributed in space and time, combine their insights to find well-founded solutions for complex multi-stakeholder multi-disciplinary ("wicked") problems.

Origins and Development

How it Works

Analysis and Lessons Learned

See Also

Combined Application of Deliberatorium and Doparie in Italy 

References

External Links

http://cci.mit.edu/klein/deliberatorium.html

https://cci.mit.edu/klein/research/ 

The MIT Deliberatorium: Enabling Large-scale Deliberation about Complex Systemic Problems - Mark Klein

https://blog.placespeak.com/conversation-mark-klein/ 

https://markklein.wordpress.com/2009/02/12/the-deliberatorium-and-open-source-democracy/ 

https://www.managementexchange.com/hack/deliberatorium-hack 

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