Now, even though there are limits to what IQ tests can tell you, they’re widely used and can be pretty useful especially for educators. The popularity of IQ tests have been able to give us extensive knowledge of the range of IQ scores. Let’s look at what IQ scores look… Continue Reading IQ score distribution – Intro to Psychology
(jazzy hip hop music) – Hi, I’m Alison Berman with Singularity Hub, and we are here at Exponential Manufacturing Conference on day one, and today, I’m with Neil Jacobstein, who is our chair of AI and Robotics at Singularity University. He’s also on the founding editorial board at Science Magazine’s… Continue Reading The Future of AI with Neil Jacobstein | Singularity Hub | Exponential Manufacturing
Haleh I have a question for you, you’re an expert in AI right. When do you think there will be human level a eyes? Hi, Jade, so usually videos on my channel in French. How’s your French? Je ne parle pas français Okay Well Since you’re such a great science… Continue Reading Human-level AI by 2025? Intelligence artificielle 54 (ft. Up and Atom)
>>We have schools because we hope that someday when children have left schools that they will still be able to use what it is that they’ve learned. And there is now a massive amount of evidence from all realms of science that unless individuals take a very active role in… Continue Reading Howard Gardner on Multiple Intelligences
-Pour le test d’aujourd’hui, je vais avoir besoin de ma fille qui est juste là. -Salut. -Donc, on va tester ensemble, aujourd’hui, la série de jeux Osmo; c’est une série de jeux qui utilise l’intelligence artificielle, la réalité augmentée, puis la vision artificielle, non seulement pour qu’on puisse s’amuser, mais… Continue Reading Jour 51 – TEST – Osmo : l’intelligence artificielle pour apprendre en s’amusant!
In 1983, American psychologist, Howard Gardner published a book [Frames of Mind] with a theory that there are nine types of intelligence: To understand this theory, let’s consider the problem of the council of Newtown, who wants to build a bridge over the dangerous railroad tracks. But there is strong… Continue Reading You Think You Are Smart? There Are 9 Types of Intelligence!
So, are IQ tests valid? That is, do they measure intelligence, or do they measure something else, such as a type of education you received, or how wealthy your parents are? In fact, it’s the question of validity that’s generated so much controversy regarding IQ tests. There are different types… Continue Reading IQ test validity – Intro to Psychology
Lewis Terman a psychologist from Stanford University created an American version of an IQ Test called the Stanford-Binet test. The Stanford-Binet test was the first to have national norms not just local ones, like the last ones we saw that was localized for Paris. The Stanford-Binet tests use the same… Continue Reading Stanford Binet test – Intro to Psychology
So, as I said, there’s a theory of intelligence called the Cattell-Horn-Carroll theory of Intelligence. This is the best known compromise between the singular intelligence theory and the multiple intelligences theory. This theory focuses on the idea that intelligence comes in two distinct forms. Fluid and crystallized intelligence. Now if… Continue Reading Cattell-Horn-Carroll theory – Intro to Psychology
English is an amazing language, but it can also be really annoying some of the rules in the English language just don’t make any sense they contradict each other and to be honest they’re kind of, some of them are kind of stupid and that’s exactly what we’re looking at… Continue Reading Only 1% Can Pass This English Test