What is the best definition of intelligence? (add your own)
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2%
Predictive accuracy.
1.9%
Getting what one wants (winning).
5%
The ability to compress information efficiently.
8%
Ability to solve mental tasks (such figuring which actions to take, given some sense data)
12%
The ability to problem solve
32%
The ability to build models of the world and use them to achieve goals
16%
The ability to repurpose known data to accurately solve new problems
24%
Other

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Imagine not putting relationships as an answer.

@MaybeNotDepends it's open for anyone to put answers.

There are many kinds of intelligence, but the most important one, in my opinion, is being able to predict the consequences of one's actions accurately.

@Soli it requires you to have accurate mental models / assumptions / "truths" - truth serves life so something is true if it helps you better predict the consequences of your actions