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The present work proposes to investigate the practice of collective intelligence (crowdsourcing) on the Internet by scientific institutions that develop or not sustainable actions, in order to characterize their use of the virtual environment in the process of knowledge generation for their own benefit. This is an empirical analysis based on a survey of data on the Internet, aiming to identify websites whose hosting organizations adopt collective intelligence practices to achieve their objectives in the generation of knowledge, necessarily of a scientific nature and/or related to sustainable development. As a result, it was possible to identify the adoption of this practice by several organizations, in which their level of dependence on the virtual environment as well as the virtual environment’s contribution to the accomplishment of their projects are observed.
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