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superintelligence

An intellect that is much smarter than the best human brain in practically every field, including scientific creativity, general wisdom and social skills. The operational definition of superintelligence includes those who are viewed as intellectually gifted and savants, and in informatics as programs that have extremely intelligent search algorithms.
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'The MicroStrategy 2019 platform won multiple industry awards, we have seen increased demand for our innovative Cloud and HyperIntelligence offerings, and we have improved key operational metrics for our business at the same time.
MicroStrategy announced the general availability of MicroStrategy 2019 Update 2, adding powerful new capabilities and products to the industry's first and only platform for Federated Analytics, Transformational Mobility, and HyperIntelligence. The latest update expands the platform's suite of HyperIntelligence products to enrich web browsing, accelerate access to intuitive intelligence on iOS and Android devices, and add windows of contextual insights to email on Outlook.
It's called 'Novacene: The Coming Age of Hyperintelligence', and it's just as much off the beaten track as his first book, 'Gaia'.
With a mission to make every enterprise a more intelligent enterprise, MicroStrategy 2019 delivers modern analytics on an open, comprehensive enterprise platform designed to drive business results with federated analytics, transformational mobility, and hyperintelligence.
MicroStrategy[R] Incorporated (Nasdaq: MSTR), a worldwide provider of enterprise analytics and mobility software, has announced that MicroStrategy 2019, the industry's first and only enterprise platform for HyperIntelligence, transformational mobility, and federated analytics is now generally available, the company said.
Coates, former government professor Victor Ferkiss, and educator George Bugliarello, who first described the Internet's potential impacts in his prescient article "Hyperintelligence: The Next Evolutionary Step" in the December 1984 issue of THE FUTURIST.
It becomes a hyperintelligence and then a cult leader.
This force, we are told, is now welding machines and human minds together in an unspeakable mystic union, a state of "hyperintelligence" which will be the Omega Point and apex of the whole cosmic process, and may itself then actually become God.[8] (Teilhard de Chardin's influence is evident here, but strangely distorted and shorn of its spiritual meaning.
Mann's dilemma is that of Baudrillardean hyperintelligence generally: what to do with one's vigilance?
"Community" will essentially become a duality - territorial and metaterritorial - that will allow a global hyperintelligence and global civilization to emerge.
HyperIntelligence: The Next Frontier We begin this article with a simple game of word association.