and the wisdom of the many is greater/better than the wisdom of the few.
Real fact of life is that not all crowds (groups) are wise. Consider, for example, mobs or crazed investors in a stock market bubble. The key criteria which separates wise crowds from irrational ones are that a diverse collection of independently deciding individuals is likely to make certain types of decisions and predictions better than individuals or even experts.
I believe in intelligence and that it can be upgraded. This was my driving force to develop this project, lead by my curiosity and my passion to knowledge. It aims to collect people's opinion asking them topical "Yes/No" questions from various areas of life and analyze the results. Although this is no enough to test the theory of crowd wisdom, it is first step though. I have no intentions to sell or refactor the collected information, neither use it in a way, different than the purpose and outside the framework of the project.
Bud Damyanov, The man behind project