Functions

internal/external focus.

I/E

social/impersonal

F/T

abstract/concrete

N/S

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Ti (deductive)
Fe (communal)

Te (inductive)
Fi (personal)

Se (photo-realism)
Ni (convergence)

Si (factual certainty)
Ne (divergence)

Entropic Intelligence Complexity

Originally Posted by Animekitty View Post
Originally Posted by RixusView Post

But that assumes that the entire mass of the human brain is solely devoted to information storage – which is simply untrue. It also appears to assume that IQ is solely described by the storage of information – and apart from a Wikipedia article on the entropy of information, doesn’t provide any sources to back up the claims. Especially as the ability to process information is at the heart of the test, not the ability to store and retrieve it.

It would be easier to have said that the highest recorded IQ was 230.

(BTW – everyone thinking “only” 120 or 130 or whatever. Do you realize less than 10% of people score 120 or above, and only about 2% of people score above 130?)

Originally Posted by AnimekittyView Post

A person once told me that (Intelligence = Memory Modification at Spead). So yes your view of what intelligence is entirely valid. But what you do not recognize is that what I am presenting is a good way to formalize crystallized intelligence. You are focused on what is actually fluid intelligence. They both go together. Fluid intelligence is the rate at which crystallized intelligence increases. For example look at my drawing bellow. My visual crystallized intelligence sucks, its way to low. I cannot draw Anime girls. I cannot draw photorealistic images.

People with high visual crystallized intelligence have a higher information compression of entropy. Both brains me and my sister have the same number of neurons but because her neurons have high entropy (Kolmogorov complexity) She can draw photo-realistically and I cannot. This has nothing to do with bell curve distributions that compare people in a relative way. This is a new model of intelligence by way of complexity. Fluid intelligence is the rate of increased complexity. Mental simulation is measured by the complexity of the simulation. Crystallized intelligence is exactly like the difference between how I draw and how my sister draws. Entropic complexity is a new method for understanding intelligence that does not need relative comparison because it is not based on sampling but based on the actual complexity of intelligence. IQ measurements are only as good as the number of samples you can collect and then factorize. But this does not mean (because of some test) that it is an accurate measurement of complexity.

Originally Posted by ShieruView Post

Animekitty – it sounds to me like you’re describing the difference between Judgement and Perception. while the perception process constantly brings in and freely associates information, the judgment process delineates what’s relevant and organizes that information into conclusions. the way you describe the existence of entropy/complexity and the ability to compress it with crystallized intelligence could be another way of describing the manner in which perception and judgment work together.

from what I’ve seen of you, you seem to have a high level of perceptive – or you could say intuitive – intelligence. you associate things from a broad range of topics into a single paradigm and expand and refine that paradigm through further association. it’s not so much the exclusive, conclusive method of judgment, but the open-ended, expansive method of intuitive perception.

Originally Posted by Animekitty View Post

To Chris Micheal Langan

Hi my name is Jeremy and my IQ is ruffly 120 and I have a theory or rather a hypothesis that intelligence is the entropic complexity of a network in that it is the interface between Jungian perception and judgment. My visual cortex, for instance, has low complexity because I cannot draw photorealistic but my linguistic abstract ability is quite high. I was wondering because I have not formalized my theory what you would think would be a reasonable approach to finding out how plasticity can increase intellectual complexity because standard IQ tests are limited to statistical sampling.