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|The cell model would need a molecular intelligence algorithm, and unless it self-emerges the cellular intelligence (that controls all its motor molecules) there would need to be a cellular intelligence algorithm for each subsystem (there is more than one intelligence system running but all are cellular intelligence systems).|
And your model/theory demonstrates this does it?
That is what a routine chemotaxis model already is. Where checked with theory there should be no problem finding how their chemotaxis algorithm meets the four requirements, in code. It's another case of just needing to know what you are looking for, then you find it already there, all over the place. Or end up coding one by accident, but didn't know, until I explained what it is.
So, again, you took the already existing model and inserted the word "intelligence" for no apparent reason other than it's important to you.
For systems biology it is a standard format for modeling anything in biology. Where the system is intelligent it is obvious that they are, instead of not sure because you do not begin with a standard format that easily allows such determinations to be made. Where the is a multicellular brain, same thing models that, and is from there just a matter of how many subsystems and neurons in the circuit(s) but same thing.
The theory of intelligent design holds that certain features of the universe and of living things are best explained by an intelligent cause, not an undirected process such as natural selection.