Midtown Manhattan - Private Club
7 W 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Thursday, October 12 -- Friday, October 13, 2017
The SFI short course aims to provide an intimate experience, enrollment is very limited and is first come first serve.
This accessible two-day executive education course provides an intensive introduction to information aggregation mechanisms in complex adaptive systems. The focus will be on crowdsourcing and the wisdom of crowds, collective intelligence, prediction markets, collective forecasting, the role of diversity, and measuring consensus. The concepts and tools we discuss will be useful for any system in which strategic decisions are made collectively by heterogeneous, error-prone agents extracting regularities from noisy data — whether neurons, monkeys, portfolio managers, election pundits, or sports analytics teams trying to determine how to make draft picks.
Learn more about the speakers and agenda on the wiki.
Registration cancellations made before August 15, 2017 will be refunded 50% of the program tuition. Beginning August 16, 2017 and after, no refunds will be made.
To qualify for the ACtioN rate you must be an employee or board member of an Applied Complexity Network (ACtioN) member organization. Please visit santafe.edu/action to find out more about ACtioN, SFI's corporate affiliates program.
Students and SFI Alumni can register for $1500.
To qualify for Alumni rate you must be an alumnus of one of the following SFI Programs: former SFI Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Fellow, Complex Systems Summer School (CSSS) participant, Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science (GWCSS) participant, or SFI Postdoc or Omidyar Fellow.
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