intuition


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intuitive cognition

the power to discern the true nature of a person or situation

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an impression that something might be the case

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Intuition Robotics' AI-powered "social" robot for the elderly ElliQ has won the CES 2018 Best of Innovation Honouree award in the Smart Home category.
At that point, I believe her intuition will build in its spontaneity, and she'll take off.
Mother's intuition is often talked about, and even used as a simple two-word explanation for how some situations arise or are resolved.
AS A RESEARCH SCIENTIST and former president of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, has studied intuition, intention, and the possibility of psychic abilities for decades.
Intuitions, Meaning, and Normativity: Why Intuition Theory Supports a Non-Descriptivist Metaethic, MATTHEW S.
The first determined that most people believe that intuition is a better guide than systematic thinking to accurate infer others thoughts and feelings.
Additionally, Schick Quattro for Women and Schick Intuition have updated existing products within their current portfolios.
A pioneer in the human potential field, she has taught meditation, prayer, affirmation, and intuition for nearly 50 years to thousands worldwide.
com)-- Knowledge management specialist, Intuition, is benefitting from using eXact learning solutions' learning content management system (LCMS) to maintain and update its library of online content materials.
Intuition is reported to have played a critical role in the working lives of many professional 'creatives' (Policastro, 1995).
9) Precisely because we can begin a regress of justification that demands this perceptual basis for an intuition like "harming others is wrong," our understanding and avowal of the proposition cannot constitute its evidential basis or justification.
Intuition, not intellect, is the "open sesame" of yourself.
Indeed, as human beings master technology and advance their innovations, intuition become significantly crucial in differentiating great executives from good executives.
The role of stress and emotions in intuitive processes is explored then, considering ways to evoke intuitive responses, and looking at some case studies of the use of intuition in decision making.
For Popper, the problem of intuition was re-construed in terms of evolutionary cognition as the problem of "unconscious expectations" or "background knowledge".