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  • Mass collaboration

      Aliases: collective action

    Mass collaboration is an approach to problem-solving that involves large groups of people working together to achieve a common goal. This can be facilitated by technology platforms that enable individuals to share information, ideas, and feedback in real-time, regardless of their physical location. Mass collaboration has become increasingly common in recent years, as more people have gained access to the internet and social media platforms. It has been used to solve a wide range of problems, from developing new software applications to creating online encyclopedias.

    One of the key benefits of mass collaboration is that it can bring together individuals with diverse perspectives and expertise. This can lead to more creative and innovative solutions, as well as a greater sense of ownership and buy-in from participants. However, mass collaboration also poses challenges, such as managing conflicts and ensuring that everyone has an equal opportunity to contribute.

    In the context of an online community, mass collaboration can refer to the collective efforts of individuals to contribute to a shared resource, such as a wiki or open-source software project. These communities can be self-organizing, with individuals taking on different roles and responsibilities based on their skills and interests. Successful online communities rely on trust, transparency, and clear communication to ensure that everyone feels valued and engaged in the collaborative process.

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