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Social Media and Intelligence - the Crisis of Authority

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An examination of the effect of social media on intelligence, especially the corrosive effect of social media on authoritative information.

An examination of the effect of social media on intelligence, especially the corrosive effect of social media on authoritative information.

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    • 1. THIS SOCIAL MEDIA STUFF IS NOTHING BUT TROUBLE.
    • 2. THE THREAT OF SOCIAL MEDIA IS NOT KIDS FOOLING AROUND ON FACEBOOK AT WORK
    • 3. THE THREAT OF SOCIAL MEDIA IS NOT KIDS FOOLING AROUND ON FACEBOOK AT WORK THE THREAT IS THE DE-LEGITIMIZATION WHAT PASSES FOR AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATION
    • 4. INTELLIGENCE NEEDS AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATION IN ORDER TO DRIVE LEADERS TO ACTION
    • 5. INTELLIGENCE NEEDS AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATION IN ORDER TO DRIVE LEADERS TO ACTION So, this problem is ours
    • 6. BUT I THOUGHT SOCIAL MEDIA WAS GOOD?
    • 7. BUT I THOUGHT SOCIAL MEDIA WAS GOOD? Collaboration: Good
    • 8. BUT I THOUGHT SOCIAL MEDIA WAS GOOD? Collaboration: Good Massive proliferation of sources: Good
    • 9. BUT I THOUGHT SOCIAL MEDIA WAS GOOD? Collaboration: Good Massive proliferation of sources: Good Making every source seem of equal value: Problematic
    • 10. HE SAW IT COMING: The real powershift of information technology is not from the presence of additional data, but from the overturning of bureaucracies, shifting the power structure from information hoarders at the top, to shared information all over the organization. POWERSHIFT - 1990 Alvin Toffler: A futurist and advisor to world leaders
    • 11. WHAT SOCIAL MEDIA DESTROYS
    • 12. WHAT SOCIAL MEDIA DESTROYS
    • 13. WE STILL NEED SOME OF THIS
    • 14. WE STILL NEED SOME OF THIS Big institutions might not be wrong, and culturally, we still need authority.
    • 15. Maintaining informational authority in an age of Web 2.0:
    • 16. Maintaining informational authority in an age of Web 2.0: ALGORITHMIC AUTHORITY
    • 17. Maintaining informational authority in an age of Web 2.0: ALGORITHMIC AUTHORITY Google PageRank
    • 18. Maintaining informational authority in an age of Web 2.0:
    • 19. Maintaining informational authority in an age of Web 2.0: Maintaining personal relationships
    • 20. INTELLIGENCE PROFESSIONALS: OUR JOB IS TO CHANGE THE CULTURE IT WON’T BE QUICK OR EASY, BUT IT SURE WILL BE INTERESTING

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