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|Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ Nov. 21 2012,17:48)|
|Quote (GaryGaulin @ Nov. 21 2012,16:58)|
|Quote (fnxtr @ Nov. 21 2012,09:49)|
|Yeah, you guys, "Molecular Intelligence System" doesn't mean the molecules are intelligent. Jeez. It means... uh... intelligence made of molecules... or something.|
It's a scientific concept:
|Course 4190.626: Molecular Intelligence (Knowledge Representation and Reasoning)|
School of Computer Science and Engineering,
Seoul National University
What Prof. Zhang is talking about, sure. In Zhang's introductory PowerPoint lecture, he has a graphic showing that the junction of "molecular computing" with "artificial intelligence" yields "molecular intelligence". In other words, artificial intelligence that is achieved using molecular computing techniques.
You, though, are not talking about the same thing as Zhang is when you say "molecular intelligence". What you have going there has a name: equivocation.
They are referencing standard learning and memory material that likewise supports the theory, because both are explaining the same thing!
And you should know that in real-science the best possible thing to have to make all that simple is a model that can unify such concepts. It shows that other researchers are not "equivocation" either, intelligence does exist at the molecular level. You just don't want to admit that I am right about that too.
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.