Distributed collaborative intelligence is group collaboration within a virtual sphere of interaction, where group members can interact in real time even though they are not located within the same physical space. Examples are instant messaging capabilities, as well as group conferencing ability over the Internet. New ways of collaborating without having to travel, has significant benefits to our environment, and allows people around the world to interact and collaborate where it was once impossible.

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