7 Concepts of Intelligence
John Spacey, updated on December 26, 2019
Intelligence is the ability to understand things, to create new ideas of value and to use information to achieve goals. The following are basic concepts related to intelligence.
TalentTalent is the human ability to create value.
Rational ThoughtRational thought is the ability to think in ways that others would deem reasonable. In other words, it is thinking that is deemed intelligent by the standards of other intelligent beings.
LogicLogic is a class of formal systems that attempt to mimic rational thought.
Artificial IntelligenceArtificial intelligence is a class of system that automatically mimics rational thought. This is often done by using test data to create statistical models to predict the results of actions in the real world.
Strategic ThinkingStrategic thinking is the ability to win what you want in an environment of constraint and competition.
Design ThinkingDesign thinking is the ability to create new value and to solve problems with design.
Systems ThinkingSystems thinking is an ability to understand the potential end-to-end impacts of change to complex systems.
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