The following are selected publications by researchers and board members of the GBI, mostly dating from before the institute was created. For our most recent work, check the Working Papers. For recommended publications by other authors, check the Bibliography.
Goertzel, B. (2007). World wide brain: Self-organizing Internet intelligence as the actualization of the collective unconscious. In J. Gackenbach (Ed.), Psychology and the internet: intrapersonal, interpersonal, and transpersonal implications (pp. 309–335). Academic Press.
Goertzel, B. (2009). Cognitive synergy: A universal principle for feasible general intelligence. Cognitive Informatics, 2009. ICCI’09. 8th IEEE International Conference on (pp. 464–468).
Goertzel, B., & Pennachin, C. (2007). Artificial General Intelligence. Springer Verlag.
Helbing, D., Bishop, S., Conte, R., Lukowicz, P., & McCarthy, J. B. (2012). FuturICT: Participatory computing to understand and manage our complex world in a more sustainable and resilient way. The European Physical Journal Special Topics, 214(1), 11–39. doi:10.1140/epjst/e2012-01686-y
Johnson, N. L., Rasmussen, S., Joslyn, C., Rocha, L., Smith, S., & Kantor, M. (1998). Symbiotic Intelligence: self-organizing knowledge on distributed networks driven by human interaction. Artificial Life VI, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Artificial Life (pp. 403–407).
Joslyn, C., & Rocha, L. M. (2000). Towards semiotic agent-based models of socio-technical organizations. Proc. AI, Simulation and Planning in High Autonomy Systems (AIS 2000) Conference, Tucson, Arizona (pp. 70–79).
Weinbaum R., D., & Veitas, V. (2014). A World of Views - Fragility and Antifragility in Sociotechnological Evolution. In Jennifer Wilby, Stefan Blachfellner, Wolfgang Hofkirchner (Ed.), Civilization at the Crossroads Response and Responsibility of the Systems Sciences - European meetings on Cybernetics and System Research (pp. 757–762). Presented at the EMCSR2014, Vienna: BCSSS.