Problems for CollectiveIntelligence

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  • you don't understand the problem until you've got a solution
  • there's no stopping rule
  • no absolute right / wrong solutions. Just better and worse. (FuzzyLogic)
  • every wicked problem is unique and novel
  • every solution to a wicked problem is "one-shot". (No generalizations possible)
  • wicked problems have no given alternative solutions

Contrast :

  • PatternLanguage. Aren't patterns a way of documenting some sort of generalized wisdom about the solutions to complex problems? Particularly as wicked problems comes from thinking about urban-planning problems.