Tag: complexity

  • Emerging Systems II: Neutrality

    The most visual example of an emerging system are the anthills, the ants self-organize because they have no other choice and are gregarious, they have no hierarchies; and that happens on the Internet because anyone can publish a Wikileaks and overthrow a government. As long as there is neutrality, the Internet will be built from below, as it has been done...

  • Emerging Systems I: Twitter

    Emerging Systems is a popular science book that has given me patterns to understand some things about the times we live in. It serves, for example, to understand Twitter. Twitter is an environment where an emergent or complex system develops. It has few rules and they are simple and less than 10, for example: 140 characters, one...

  • Emerging systems

    Or what ants, neurons, cities and software have in common. It is not easy to find a book that helps us to understand what the Internet is doing for the transmission of knowledge at a global level, because everything that is published daily on this subject has an expiration date, they are punctual data, and they do not enter...

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