A Conversation for Theories of Intelligence
Researcher 210183 Started conversation Apr 30, 2003
I've been under CBT which count as its aims the goal of changing/building nn's. The thing is, I think it's worked, because although I've always been introspective, I've now become more intra-personally skilled. What good that'll do in the long run remains to be seen, but I am now persuaing a career/life path as an artist, using a sensitivity (whereas before I was a humble button pusher).
There is much more to education than schooling and certificates, and much more to intelligence; it just requires you to keep your ears, eyes and mind open...
xyroth Posted May 2, 2003
I am not disparaging neural nets as a technology, as I have said in the entry, they seem to work (to some extent) and can be translated into fuzzy logic higher level reasoning.
but they lack one hell of a lot to being a complete and usefull theory of intelligence. not that most of the others are much better.
what is this CBT which you have been involved in, as I am not familiar with that set of initials in this context.
I agree that there is more to education than schooling (I have a very low opinoin of the current educational methodology) and I also agree that there is more to intelligence.
do tell me more.
SEF Posted Aug 6, 2003
CBT = Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Though there may be another version of the TLA which was intended.
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