Intelligence [noun]

Definition of Intelligence:

ability to perceive, understand

Opposite/Antonyms of Intelligence:

Sentence/Example of Intelligence:

The company has published some of the research underpinning these different “biological clock” algorithms, many of which use artificial intelligence to make predictions based on the data, in peer-reviewed scientific journals.

One of the major selection pressures on humans was to outsmart each other, otherwise known as the Machiavellian intelligence hypothesis.

Clients are working with us very consultatively to extract intelligence on what’s on decision-makers’ minds.

Instead, Huang offered vaguer assurances that Nvidia will invest in an artificial intelligence research center in Cambridge, including building one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers there.

International organizations and corporations are racing to develop global guidelines for the ethical use of artificial intelligence.

He went on to write, “The president has repeatedly disparaged the intelligence of service members, and asked that wounded veterans be kept out of military parades, multiple sources tell The Atlantic.”

Giving machines speech has, of course, long been considered a significant landmark on the winding path to developing human-level artificial intelligence.

If you look carefully at the way that they respond to us trying to teach them language, they’re using their general intelligence to figure out what they think we might want, or what we might be trying to say to them.

Not only that, but I believe developing emotional intelligence among leadership in the workplace better serves both employees and your business as a whole.

The new law is meant to protect what China’s government considers to be sensitive technologies, including artificial intelligence.