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    I know the base component of intelligence is being able to discriminate things. This is the basis of all knowledge. Are there areas I can find people that are trying to create intuitive (in the sense of without explicit directions towards) programs? Even if they are just using pseudo code as a representation.


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    So are computers that are able to discriminate between humans using biometric identification intelligent?

    Never mind, I don't care.

    Are you looking for an AI forum or similar? Perhaps you should search for that or "intuitive programming," though it appears the latter has many definitions, depending on the perspective.

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    Yes they're intelligent, up-to the limits of the amount to which they can discriminate. I only prefaced my question with that because I was hoping it was going to light the way to the sort of thing I was looking for more clearly. It failed to do so. I suppose this website is more utility based; if you had conversations of this sort I assume it would've been clear.

    P.S: By discriminate I mean the foundation of all logic which is to say pattern recognition. Perhaps I was too vague or unclear.

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    I know the base component of intelligence is being able to discriminate things
    What about logic? What about memory? What about decision making? What about problem solving? What about emotion (which is tightly intertwined in decision making)? I would think there are many that would debate with you about this statement (but I won't).

    Are there areas I can find people that are trying to create intuitive (in the sense of without explicit directions towards) programs?
    I don't really understand what your asking. Areas of the forum? Areas of the internet? Areas of research?

    pattern recognition
    In computational terms, its called machine learning (or data mining).

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    Quote Originally Posted by copeg View Post
    What about logic? What about memory? What about decision making? What about problem solving? What about emotion (which is tightly intertwined in decision making)? I would think there are many that would debate with you about this statement (but I won't).



    I don't really understand what your asking. Areas of the forum? Areas of the internet? Areas of research?



    In computational terms, its called machine learning (or data mining).

    Logic is pattern recognition. And memory is a tool used for intelligence (obviously difficult without), but I wouldn't say memory is the foundation for intelligence by no means. Emotions are primitive forms of logic for basic/developed things. And, thanks I'll look into the things you mentioned. I think a search with those as my keywords should aid me greatly.

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