RE: The dangers of genuine ignorance (was: Volitional Morality and Action Judgement)

From: Mike (
Date: Thu May 27 2004 - 23:54:52 MDT

>I don't know for sure that intelligence always produces
>consciousness, but I do know that if you
>assume it does you'll never be disappointed."

If you write one program that solves a problem using brute-force method,
and another that uses heuristics to arrive at a solution much faster, is
it correct to say that the second one is more intelligent than the
first? If so, that would be some degree of intelligence without

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