Information describes: it tells us how the world is now. Knowledge prescribes: it tells us what to do on the basis of accumulated past experience. Intelligence decides: it guides, predicts and advises, telling us what may be done in circumstances not previously encountered, and what the outcome is likely to be.Information, Knowledge & Intelligence | Issue 98 | Philosophy Now
Monday, October 14, 2013
Information, Knowledge & Intelligence
Alistair MacFarlane writes about information, knowledge and intelligence and about whether computers could one day hold an intelligent conversation.