Trust the wisdom of crowds.

Research has proven that the most accurate forecasts are obtained by pooling the informed guesswork of many in a prediction market.
Likewise, the most innovative organizations involve employees company-wide to help generate and filter ideas.

At Hypermind, we call it supercollective intelligence.

Leaders in collective intelligence

More than 20 years of experience helping forward-thinking organizations on every continent tap into the awesome power of their collective intelligence.

Science-based method and tools

Our offer is built on prediction markets that capture the wisdom of crowds and are grounded in the latest research in the cognitive sciences and behavioural economics.

Satisfied customers worldwide

Businesses, governments, think tanks and NGOs value our experience, empathy and state-of-the-art tech—and of course, the innovative organisational insights we provide.

Public prediction market

Our public market about geopolitics and business identifies the most talented forecasters. The insights of this elite panel help our clients see farther into the future.

Are YOU ready for the future?

Are your decisions based on reliable forecasts? Could they be more accurate? Are your complex projects on track? Are you fully tapping your people’s creative potential? Is your organization aligned with its objectives?

With Hypermind, unleash your supercollective intelligence to see farther into the future, make better decisions, innovate more, and boost performance.

It’s the best way to understand what Hypermind can do for your company or organization.

Our customers

News

Hypermind launches the Prescience 2020 Challenge

Faced with unprecedented market uncertainty, our clients turn to the Hypermind panel's collective-intelligence forecasts.

Pandemic Impacts: a prediction market with educational intent

Prof. Scott Page at U. Michigan partners with us to create a prediction market for online classes.

Testifying to the power of crowd forecasting in the U.S. Congress

A client testifies to the power of crowd forecasting in the U.S. House.