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Deciphering what information to trust on the internet nowadays is no easy task. And the ways in which we communicate via technology have altered our ability to connect socially.

Our guest in this episode is returning technology to its former, better use by embracing Collective Social Intelligence.

Listen to Episode 74: The power of ‘data pictures’ in the post pandemic world of work

Guest speaker: Professor Jeff Jones, CEO, Collective Social Intelligence

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