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Title

A Roadmap for Self-Evolving Communities

AuthorsOsman, Nardine ; Sierra, Carles
KeywordsSocial networking
Virtual reality
Human society
Self-organisation
Human interactions
Virtual community
Inter-action protocols
Norms
Position papers
Self- evolutions
Issue Date3-Nov-2014
CitationCEUR Workshop Proceedings, European Conference on Social Intelligence, ECSI 2014; Barcelona; Spain; 3 November 2014 through 5 November 2014; Vol. 1283, pp. 305-316, 2014.
AbstractSelf-organisation and self-evolution is evident in physics, chemistry, biology, and human societies. Despite the existing literature on the topic, we believe self-organisation and self-evolution is still missing from the IT tools (whether online or offline) we are building and using. In the last decade, human interactions have been moving more and more towards social media. The time we spend interacting with others in virtual communities and networks is tremendous. Yet, the tools supporting those interactions remain rigid. This position paper argues the need for self-evolving software-enabled communities, and proposes a roadmap for achieving this required self-evolution. The proposal is based on building normative-based communities, where community interactions are regulated by norms and community members are free to discuss and modify their community's norms. The evolution of communities is then dictated by the evolution of its norms.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/131354
Identifiersuri: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1283/paper_42.pdf
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