dia$par Swarm Intelligence
$i is an emerging phenomenon appears from the complex interactions of many intelligent agents on three levels of the meta-system:
- the level of the model. Mutual mapping-reflexes, implemented in the cybernetic model ("digital twin") dia$par.Matrix
Mutual mapping is a management method applicable to organizations of any size and complexity that involves creating a virtual model of the organization (its cybernetics image) and subsequent continuous interchange (mapping) of their independently varying characteristics between the original organization and its digital copy in real time.
- the level of a unified meta-system. Enveloping the first, and including in itself human intelligence to the limited extent which it is actually used in the operational activities of a company
- the global level of the Internet of Enterprises (extrapolation). The cumulative complexity of $i on the previous two levels grows exponentially in proportion to the number of IoE nodes (local meta-systems of individual companies) interacting in real time
The more business processes are transferred to the cybernetic model for execution, and the bigger and more complex your business are, — the more intelligent, multifunctional and powerful your company's $i is.
The concept of Swarm Intelligence fundamentally differs from the Centralized Intelligence of vertebrates, including homo sapienses.
Biological example of Swarm Intelligence is the nervous system of cephalopods.
The octopus's brain accounts for only a tenth of the nerve cells, two-thirds of them are in relatively-intelligent limbs.
Unlike vertebrates, octopus "in general" takes only high-level decisions ("attack this object"), then the task is delegated "to local level" — in to the tentacles.
Octopus, like a member of The Faceless Men from the "Game of Thrones," does not have its own appearance, being able to change the color, shape and even texture of the surface.
Octopuses, like dogs and humans, are able to solve non-standard tasks (sometimes unbearable for some adults), distinguish and remember people, can be tamed.
Their skeletonless body can bend anywhere, and in any direction. Providing such flexibility (while preserving the monolithic unity of the consciousness of species as a whole) requires such a complex management by the nervous system that as a matter of principle it can not be organized within the framework of the rigid-vertebral Centralized Intelligence.
Fabulous, relative to the conventional "ABC"-systems, universal flexibility and autonomy of dia$par are the cybernetic symmetry of the outstanding properties of the cephalopod intellect.
On the level of the IoE along with growth in the number of dia$par nodes, local $i systems smoothly, but with exponential speed, interweave in more complex and dense interactions (as a result, forming what is called a strongly connected hypergraph in mathematics).
The final stage in the process of development for the interconnections in the IoE is the complete integration of a multitude of local $i systems in a single Noosphere of Mankind.