Definition of Human Intelligenceby Elliot Thompson Health
Philosophy says, human body is a physical manifestation of invisible soul of person. The soul can understand all the views of human personality like emotions, intelligence and habits. These feelings can be understood but not measurable. The reaction of a person that might be laugh or anger can only be understood by the soul of another person. If a person is having wealthy cognition, he can understand the feelings of another person through his facial expression or the way he speaks and through his actions.
The human intelligence can be defined as the ability of a person to interpret other entity through various factors like gesture, texture, voice, handwriting and behavior. The IQ tests can be measured by many factors like aptitude, the verbal fluency and logical test. Each test gives you the report of varied version of intelligence.
The Quantitative problems can be understood by human intelligence and we can solve as well. But the machine can’t solve those problems. If a question is asked, the human mind can imagine the different perceptions of a person who framed the question, but the machine can’t. The simple problem which can be solved by a small child cannot be solved by computer. If we just type the question on the screen it won’t give you the answer, because it cannot understand human logic. The machine needs to be programmed.
Even after centuries the machine cannot understand the soul of the person. So, Intelligence is the only characteristic of living creatures which is called has Human intelligence. The human brain is very distinctive. Machines can solve the mathematical problems in just a few seconds. But in order to do the same it requires a human knowledge to program it. We people laugh when we hear a joke, but the machine can’t do that.
The person’s intelligence cannot be measured just by his academic progress in their studies. Many students show more interest on other activities like the working of electrical devices, motor movements and they want to learn about those things. It doesn’t mean that they are not intelligent, they may have an IQ more than 100. But the interests are different. Steven hawking is a best example for this instance. His IQ was 160 but he is not interested in theoretical subjects of school. To know more about this personality, visit Stephen hawking IQ.
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