iCE is on the web

We’ve recently launched a new website www.icepredict.com with lots of great resources about prediction markets, the wisdom of crowds, and iCE. On the site you’ll find Frequently Asked Questions, a Product … Read More

Hacking the Wisdom of Crowds

In the computer world, hacking refers to coming up with an elegant and novel way of achieving something with software that subverts some previous constraint.   In recent years, computer … Read More

When Are Crowds Unwise?

The wisdom of crowds theory has its fair share of skeptics, and with good reason.  When we look around us, we see lots of examples of crowds acting unwise.  Lynch … Read More

Prediction Market Outputs: Odds & Ends

If you survey the prediction market landscape, you’ll notice that the outputs that PM’s provide fall into one of two categories:  odds & ends. By “odds” I’m referring to the … Read More

Crowdsourcing vs. Crowdassessing

Prospective clients interested in our iCE prediction market technology often ask whether it’s a crowdsourcing tool.  My standard answer is “kinda.”   The term crowdsourcing is defined on Wikipedia as: … Read More

The Expert Magnet

The Woodrow Wilson Center’s Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP) recently announced that they’re creating a prediction market to forecast future events of interest to the scientists, such as who will … Read More