Copiosis ends communism, socialism and capitalism. It's a knee-jerk reaction, based on shallow understanding, that causes people to claim what we're doing involves "central planning" or is socialist, or communist. Someone outside our team suggested we compare Copiosis with capitalism, socialism and communism. We thought that was a great idea. So we compiled this comparison … Continue reading How Capitalism Compares to Communism, Socialism and Capitalism
This is our complete (but constantly growing) compendium of questions asked about Copiosis. The compendium comprises 130 pages answering both common and uncommon questions. This is our first volume. Check back for updates. Got a question about how Copiosis deals with some aspect of daily life? It’s likely here. If not, recommend a question!
Stigmergy is the process by which people in a Copiosis society get things done. It also is the leadership culture of the implementation organization, Copiosis. This report explains stigmergy by comparing it with other organizational structures and processes used today. The content in this report is part of a series incorporated into a book ‘Binding … Continue reading What is Stigmergy?
Like most algorithms, the Copiosis NBR algorithm is a process described in a series of mathematical steps. These steps are happening constantly during a given calculation interval. They are also happening at different levels of society: Individual, organization, neighborhood, village, town, city, metropolis, region, nation, international, global. It operates this way so cultural, regional and other differences between human communities can be captured in each calculation.