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Difference between innovation and Intelligence?

 
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Few days back I came across the statement of one Researcher saying "We don't want very bright people , but the people with innovative minds!"
Does this makes sense?
 
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Intelligent people will solve the problems quickly(in a traditional way). but Innovative people look for the new ways of solving the same problem
 
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its quite innovative not to be intelligent...
c i set the relation...so simple...eh..!!

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innovative might not be an intelligent
 
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Is creative the same as smart?
 
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Next time someone begins a conversation about "creativity" just remember that "Good artists copy, great artists steal".
 
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Give me an example of a person who was innovative but not intelligent.
 
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If person has excellant GPA through out his career.How should we classify that person?In my view person is soem what intelligent, not necessarily innovative.
So I think intelligence is a part of innovation.But we can also find the people who are innovative but lack GPAs etc.So are these two characteristics of brain are different?
Lets limit our discussion to Science/tech.
What qualities should person possess for making contribution to following areas?
1)Physics
2)Mathematics
3)Computer Science(software/hardware)/Electronics
4)Engineering Sciences.
In my opinion physics requires much more ability than most of the areas
Math requires analytical ability than imagination,vision.
 
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Originally posted by Thomas Paul:
Give me an example of a person who was innovative but not intelligent.


A person who was presently laid of from the programmers job and is still stucked to programming field
 
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A person who was presently laid of from the programmers job and is still stucked to programming field
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Getting/Loosing a job has nothing to do with innovation/intelligence.If he gets a job again next month,then what? Will you arugue that he was not intelligent for 30 days?
 
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Originally posted by Thomas Paul:
Give me an example of a person who was innovative but not intelligent.


That half-monkey who invented a stone hammer (if you believe in Darwin theory...)
Last market crash, besides dot-gones, had a lot to do with business people innovating without any particular reason; just creating businesses for the sake of jumping on a bandwagon... :roll: Pets.com? Buying groceries online?? How is that for innovation by a bunch of business morons?
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[ September 05, 2002: Message edited by: Shura Balaganov ]
 
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Originally posted by Thomas Paul:
Give me an example of a person who was innovative but not intelligent.


Um... Bjarne Stroupstrup...?
 
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And some one who is intelligent, but not innovative?
Bill Gates!
 
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