Meet Artificial Intelligence And What Is Behind The Curtains

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     First, writing on intelligence, you as an author should provide with a definition of it. Then, you are to write on its varieties. There are multiple intelligences, emotional intelligence and artificial one among the rest. Writing a short essay on any of the above is possible. Just pull yourself together, read, conduct a research, collect data and go from there.

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     Going back to the topic of our discussion today and the topic of your essay, it would not go amiss to mention Howard Gardner and his books entitled as Frames of Mind. He developed a Multiple Intelligences Theory of his own by way of radical alternative of what he calls a “classic” look at intelligence as a reasoning capacity.

     Gardner was amazed with diversity of roles different cultures representatives play based on various talents and skills equally important for survival in corresponding cultures. Basing on his observations, he jumped to a conclusion that there is multiple intelligence capacities one is able to see in different combinations instead of one and only basic intellectual capacity or “g” factor.

     Gardner defines intelligence as a capacity to solve the issues and create products, specified by certain cultural peculiarities or social environment. Namely, multiple nature of intelligence allows people to play such a variety of roles as a role of a doctor, farmer, shaman and dancer.

     Gardner notes that intelligence is not a “thing”, not some device in one`s head but a potential, presence of which lets an individual use methods of thinking, adequate to  certain types of context. In his opinion, there are six different kinds of intelligence the least, which do not depend on each other functioning as independent systems (modules) within the brain each by rules of its own. Those are:

  1. Linguistic;
  2. logical-mathematical;
  3. dimensional;
  4. musical;
  5. bodily-kinesthetic;
  6. personal module.

     First three modules are components of intelligence we all are familiar with and they are measured by means of standard tests on intelligence. The last three, in Gardner`s opinion, deserve to have analogical status but Western society accentuated the first three types and practically excluded the rest.  

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