Identifying Sensitive Interventions at Scale

The QIARK system was invented by an Oxford Graduate and is now a prominent enabling technology for the Collective Intelligence Unit in Copenhagen Business School.

From the briefest scientific point of view, our selection there was primarily because we have solved the problem of natural language processing at scale and at speed (impossible but true) at the level of meaning and even contiguous meaning, in any language.
This means that participants engaging with each other using QIARK as the enabling technology, can deliberate in plain language very efficiently, very quickly, powerfully and at scale.
Again, by coupling comparative judgement and distributed reasoning, users can fill knowledge gaps, and solve the problem of bounded rationality all at the level of reason rather than aggregation - no digital trace analysis and no Bayesian Inference.
In the everyday use of the system questions and semantic propositions can be addressed by the UX simple mixed initiative processes of ideation and evaluation just as they would normally. Big topics addressed in minutes.
We are working in parallel, but separately from the Climate Assembly UK to have every single idea put forward evaluated for both support and trade-offs.

What relatively small but deliberate actions of individuals or groups could lead to rapid and profound social changes leading to an accelerated reduction in carbon emission, and why?

Once I have added the ideas from the Climate Assembly UK later this month - we can evaluate by comparative judgement - 3 minutes per question - and save the world, schritt fur schritt (German for Sensitive Intervention Point.)




Trigger (intervention)




Feedback Dynamics


Timescale and scaleability





Mark Ricketts

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