Prerational Intelligence: Adaptive Behavior and Intelligent Systems Without Symbols and Logic, Volume 1, Volume 2 Prerational Intelligence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Behavior of Natural and Artificial Systems, Volume 3 pp 1240-1249 | Cite as
Introduction to Volume 3
Early on the organizers and the Research Group decided not to attempt a rigid definition of intelligence, but rather to focus on features commonly associated with the concept of intelligence or intelligent behavior. What do we mean by intelligence? What actions by an animal or a machine would we consider to show true intelligence? If, as we will argue, intelligence can be seen as a continuum, what features are useful for ordering degrees or kinds of intelligence?
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