It might feel like I'm dredging this tired old trope from the early days of connectivism but this article came out this week, a sign that we're just beginning to see the mainstreaming of a lot of the ideas from that course and the decades of work in neural networks that preceded it. " Self-organizing systems are made out of many components that are highly interconnected. The absence of any centralized control allows them to quickly adjust to new stimuli and changing environmental conditions." What does this article offer? Actual examples of the process in action.