- Episode Transcript
- “Stewardship of Global Collective Behavior,” by Mirta Galesic et al.
- “Beyond collective intelligence: Collective adaptation,” by Mirta Galesic et al.
- “Collective moderation of hate, toxicity, and extremity in online discussions,” by Mirta Galesic et al.
- The Jim Rutt Show Chatbot
- “Musk and Moderation,” by Jim Rutt
Mirta Galesic is a Professor at the Santa Fe Institute and External Faculty at the Complexity Science Hub in Vienna, Austria, as well as the Vermont Complex Systems Center, UVM. She is also an Associate Researcher at the Harding Center for Risk Literacy and a non-resident system thinking expert at the United States Institute of Peace. She studies how simple cognitive mechanisms interact with social and physical environments to produce seemingly complex social phenomena. Her projects focus on developing empirically grounded computational models of social judgments, social learning, collective problem solving, and opinion dynamics. She is also interested in how people understand and cope with the uncertainty and complexity inherent in many everyday decisions.