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- What is Civic Intelligence? Do we adopt a working definition here?
- How do we recognize it when we see it?
- What role do ICT's play in Civic Intelligence?
- Where did the notion of Civic Intelligence originate?
- What does it mean to be intelligent collectively versus individually?
- How can — or could — Civic Intelligence combat apathy, both on an individual and group level?
- How would one recognize and ultimately even measure Civic Intelligence?
- Similarly, how can one compare two examples of "Civic Intelligence"?
- What is the role of the individual in Civic Intelligence?
- Can Civic Intelligence be measured? And, if so, how?
- Is there an absolute measure of "Civic Intelligence" or does it always depend on context?
- Does the notion of Civic Intelligence presuppose that we currently live in an unintelligent community? Or that our community is unable to intelligently utilize resources to better the community as a whole?
- How can "Civic Intelligence" help to change the course of this nation from being an individualistic society to being a true community.
- Is an informed community considered an intelligent community? How informed does a community have to be before they are considered intelligent?
- What parts of our current society need to be drastically changed in order to naturally cultivate civic intelligence?
- What is education? What is brain washing?
- What are the indicators of increasing civic intelligence? It would be interesting to list these and then we try to put them in the order that the group thinks is right.
- What forms of collective intelligence exist?
- How to define the difference between group intelligence and a group following the so called intelligence of one individual
- How to encourage people to educate themselves on world issues when it's so easy to just follow what we're told from the dominate media sources?