Investigators in the field of intelligence try their very best to determine exactly what intelligence is. Different investigators have emphasized different aspects of intelligence in their definitions. For example, in a 1921 symposium on the definition of intelligence, the American psychologist Lewis M. Terman emphasized the ability to think abstractly, while another American psychologist, Edward L. Thorndike, emphasized learning and the ability to give good responses to questions.
In this web site, we present the types and uses of intelligence in
our definition of "intelligence" in today's context and seek
to explain the various intelligences. We look not just into the forms
of human intelligence but also into artificial intelligence to explore
the otherwise largely unknown world.
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