Chris Anderson is a brilliant man with a lot of foresight. As the curator of the TED conference since 2002, he has a lot of fascinating information to share. In his latest video, he talks about the meteoric rise of web video, with Youtube currently serving 2 billion videos a day and counting, and how it is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls “Crowd Accelerated Innovation”.
If you’re skeptical of crowdsourcing, he might change your mind. He believes “Crowd Accelerated Innovation” will make everyone smarter, unleashing new business cycles driven by innovation and revolutionizing how governments and organizations are run – by forcing them to embrace what he calls radical openness.