The Genius of Swarms - Peter Miller
The bees' rules for decision-making seek a diversity of options, encourage a free competition among ideas, and use an effective mechanism to narrow choices... A group won't be smart if its members imitate one another, unthinkingly follow fads, or wait for someone to tell them what to do... If you're looking for a role model in a world of complexity, you could do worse than to imitate an ant or a bee.
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