Intelligence is not Behaviour but Prediction

Came across a video of Jeff Hawkins of the Redwood Neuroscience Institute explaining brain theory.

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Remember, the above diagram as you view the video. Also think about the Universe of Discourse as explained by James Moffett. The theory has already been hinted at.

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4 Responses to “Intelligence is not Behaviour but Prediction”

  1. Maslow’s B-Values and Predictability « relationary Says:

    […] you examine these values in the context of intelligence being the power to predict it becomes clear that many of these B-Values derive their appeal by affording us predictability.  […]

  2. Stranger Says:

    Rather cool place you’ve got here. Thanks for it. I like such themes and anything connected to this matter. I would like to read more on that blog soon.

    Sincerely yours

    • grant czerepak Says:

      Thank you, Stranger.

      I am starting to discover not prediction, but planning and adaptation when the plan fails is a better indicator of intelligence than any oracle.

    • grant czerepak Says:

      I have not been posting for some time as I have almost 1700 facebook friends reading my facebook notes. However, I have found a way to link my blog to facebook and may change my posting strategy.


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