Monday, 14 November 2016

Is intelligence an algorithm? (part 2)

Dendritic structures on a Petri dish show an uncanny similarity to neuronal dendritic structures.

Many people are interested in improving their intelligence and many tools, schemes and tricks have been proposed for this purpose. Each of these tools (mnemotechniques, schemes to organise information, planning schemes, heuristics etc.) address only a small aspect of the complete process we call “intelligence”, because most scholars dealing with the topic of intelligence do not have a good overview of the total picture of intelligence, what it is and how it functions.

Read more of this chapter in my book:

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