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What
is
intelligence
and
how
is
it
defined
by
different
people
and
different
cultures
?
Is
there
only
one
general
intelligence
thanks
to
which
humans
and
machines
solve
problems
or
is
it
more
appropriate
to
speak
about
combinations
of
multiple
intelligences
-
emotional
''
intepersonal
''
intrapersonal
''
spatial
''
visual
''
logical
''
mathematical
''
bodily
''
moral
''
narrative
''
etc
.
?
Can
we
speak
about
intelligence
independent
of
cultural
and
socio
-
economical
context
within
which
its
acts
and
is
embedded
?
Do
organic
(
OI
)
and
artificial
intelligence
(
AI
)
have
something
in
common
or
are
they
fundamentally
and
unreconcilably
different
?
In
order
to
explore
potential
answers
to
these
questions
''
we
will
look
into
history
of
cognitive
(
psychology
''
anthropology
)
and
computer
 
(
informatics
''
cybernetics
sciences
''
we
will
read
stories
about
idiot
savants
and
children
raised
in
wilderness
and
briliant
minds
of
the
past
in
order
to
ultimately
ask
our
own
AI
systems
to
tell
them
something
about
themselves
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The
seminar
will
start
with
a
question
What
is
language
and
how
can
You
define
it
?
.
Subsequently
''
we
will
see
how
men
and
women
of
past
and
present
answered
that
question
-
from
grammarians
of
ancient
India
all
the
way
to
most
modern
theories
of
phonetics
''
phonology
''
morphosyntax
''
semantics
and
pragmatics
.
Special
focus
will
be
put
on
theories
of
language
acquisition
''
that
is
''
on
discussion
the
process
by
means
of
which
maternal
language
is
acquired
by
human
children
.
All
this
to
be
able
to
end
the
seminar
with
an
answer
to
the
question
:
Could
artificial
intelligences
like
GPT
-
X
be
ever
able
to
understand
the
meaning
of
the
word
meaning
?
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