Cambridge Scientists: We Shouldn’t Define Intelligence According to Humanity

  • Maybe the definition of intelligence needs a rethink; a Cambridge scientist has a few ideas.
  • Cambridge Scientists: We Shouldn’t Define Intelligence According to Humanity
  • The machines have their own unique neural architectures, distinct from the human kind.
  • Intelligence may be expanded to encompass, not merely human thinking, but the thinking of other primates, certain bird species, and even machines and computer programs.
  • Digger wasps hide food for the future, but this is more of a programmed behavior.

Maybe the definition of intelligence needs a rethink; a Cambridge scientist has a few ideas. Intelligence may be expanded to encompass, not merely human thinking, but the thinking of other primates, certain bird species, and even machines and computer programs.
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