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Evidence from a variety of domains suggests that the "wisdom of crowds", the aggregated insights and judgments of large groups of non-experts, can generate results that are equal or better to those of experts. Traditionally, aggregating the insights of many has been a tedious and often infeasible task. Even the group decision support systems of a few years ago were not ready for this challenge. They would usually only facilitate small or medium sized groups and not easily scale. Recentdoi:10.48009/2_iis_2008_343-350 fatcat:zmhodrqwb5dmtl7syrrjukknau