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The concept of intelligence has evolved over time, from initially being defined as the speed and facility of mental processing and memory to being seen as an abstract human dynamic that cannot be easily measured. Researchers have discovered that trying to measure intelligence using tests can lead to biased results, as exposure to education, information, culture, neurological conditions, and other factors can influence results. As a result, measuring intelligence using a test does not accurately reflect an individual's abilities or potential. Instead, it is important to embrace cognitive diversity and facility in organizations and problem-solving to make the world a better place. Linear problem solving is not the only measure of intelligence, and we need to recognize and value diverse approaches to solving problems.

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