biological intelligence

biological intelligence

Those components of intelligence that can be directly attributed to the anatomy and physiology of the central nervous system. Biological intelligence is sometimes distinguished from artificial intelligence, i.e., intelligence demonstrated by computer behavior, and from psychometric intelligence or intelligence as documented by the performance of subjects on IQ tests.
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These are cautionary tales underscoring the need for better biological intelligence," he said at an Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association homeland security conference.
But the writers who make such predictions consistently neglect to provide a complete side-by-side comparison of digital with biological intelligence.
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A swedena clears the shrotas, the channels through which the biological intelligence flows.
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