The human mind is a powerful phenomenon, and it becomes even more powerful when joined to others.Harvard University’s Karma Project is an innovative effort study to intelligence in communities — and the individuals in them.We’re often led to believe that intelligence is an objective measure.Sue Fletcher-Watson from the University of Edinburgh seeks to turn that framework on its head by exploring the social intelligence of people on the autism spectrum.Our challenge is to expand outward from human experience to find other ways of knowing, experiencing, and flourishing that will inform and enliven our own.Read more Human moral capacities need not be diminished by new technologies and the ‘machine age’ need not be a period of sinister, controlling algorithms.
His project seeks to widen the conception of intelligence by researching affect: the emotional and feeling processes that help us make life’s fundamental decisions. In doing so, he seeks to develop ways to foster and enhance altruism.
Read more The living world is alight with bright sparks of intelligence.
They form a brilliant constellation of differences and capacities that remain largely unexplored.
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The Turing test has become a popular concept for exploring whether machine intelligence can rival that of humans.