Implicit Intelligence

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Implicit Intelligence

Implicit intelligence (Ii) is the intelligence that a process implies. DNA is a good example of that. You do not have to teach a snake what to eat, or a baby to walk. The DNA of any organism implies this knowledge. Implied intelligence consists of a set of rules that ignite a sequence of activity, that produces a predictable result. In Org our aim is to imply at least 60%+ of all intelligence within our processes. This reduces uncertainty, and therefore risk. It also allows Org to use its human (tacit) intellect for securing the future. Implied intelligence is there to repeat the past in the most efficient way possible. In that, implied intelligence run operations, and tacit intellect secures the future.

 

 

Author - Derek Hendrikz
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Synonyms: Implied; Implied Intelligence; Ii


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