[FoRK] Re: Art, Intelligence, Rules, Invariant Representations, Memory, Luck

Jeff Bone jbone
Mon Jun 13 22:59:38 PDT 2005


BTW, in case you missed the point:

This is not a WFF.

Intelligence != logic.

Logic is necessary but not sufficient for intelligence.

Lack of logic is not necessarily = not intelligence.

There's this thing --- call it "aesthetics" --- that is a necessary  
(but not sufficient) part of intelligence.

"Evocation" is the ability to see patterns in noisy date.   
"Innovation" is the creative aspect of "evocation."

Seeing noisy patterns in data is "aesthetics."  Or, alternately, "art  
appreciation."

Creating noisy patters that "break the rules" yet evoke "aesthetics"  
is called "art."

Art is intelligence.

Living is intelligence.

Art is life.


;-)


$0.02,

jb

On Jun 13, 2005, at 11:40 PM, Jeff Bone wrote:

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> Art & Intelligence.
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> Luck is realized but unrecognized invariant pattern recognition.
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> The harder you play life, the more it returns.
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> Breaking the rules - any rules - is luck-optimization.
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> Rules are memetic hard-wiring.
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> Beating memes is the essence of self-hood.
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> Realization of self-hood is the essence of living.
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> Living is intelligence.
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> --
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> Art is living.
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> QED.
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> $0.02,
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> jb
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