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Atlas of Intelligences survey launched

Researchers from the Atlas of Intelligences project have launched a new survey, aiming to learn about individuals’ experiences and interests in ‘diverse intelligences’.

The world is home to a spectacular diversity of apparently intelligent behaviours - from human social interaction, to honeybee navigation, to artificial systems that beat humans in chess. Researchers in psychology, biology, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, philosophy and beyond study these behaviours in an attempt to understand the nature of the mind and intelligence. The Atlas of Intelligences team aim to make this vast subject easier to navigate by developing a new online resource collecting and curating cross-disciplinary research on the varieties of mind, presenting it in a way that’s accessible to all.

If that sounds like something you’d be interested in, you can help by completing a short survey about your interests and experiences in this area. You don’t need to be an academic or researcher to participate. The project team are interested in hearing from students, educators, science communicators and more – everybody who is interested in the diverse kinds of intelligence seen across the living and man-made world. 

Go to survey

For more information, please contact Ali Boyle, Senior Research Fellow
Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence.

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