Knowledge vs Intelligence

Kind of related to my thoughts on AI (Artificial Intelligence), but also related to my math major wannabe son….

I’m having a hard time pulling thoughts together on this one, but I don’t think I agree with his conclusion.

“Knowledge is the collection of skills and information a person has acquired through experience. Intelligence is the ability to apply knowledge.”

Thinking about it, my conflict might come from trying to apply this blanket statement to both computer intelligence and human.
Terry, for example, is very intelligent, but his (at this point) knowledge is very shallow.
The way the article paints it in their summing statement is almost like you can’t have intelligence without knowledge.

Computers can’t have skills. They just run programs.

Need some help with this one.

(Also, I want to bring wisdom into the discussion on this topic… another blog for another day).