The Human Mind:
The Triadic Functionality of Intelligence
The mind is defined as the cognitive structure that drives the behavior of living beings. The human mind includes conscious, non-conscious and genetic aspects.
The research on the functionality of the mind requires researching the functionality of intelligence, which drives the adaptive behavior of humans.
The research on intelligence, led by Peter Belohlavek at The Unicist Research Institute, included monitoring the evolution of 102 individuals, among them 9 high IQ, 71 more than 20 years and 31 for more than 10 years. It allowed defining three different types of intelligence: the conscious intelligence, the genetic intelligence and the collective intelligence. It included also the discovery of the anti-intelligence that allows profiting from the environment while avoiding adapting to it.
The Unicist Research Institute has been, since 1976, the pioneer in complexity sciences applied to evolution. It developed the first scientific approach to understand and manage social and institutional evolution as adaptive environments.
It was one of the precursors of the 4th Industrial Revolution that introduced the unicist ontogenetic maps to manage complexity to deal with adaptive systems. It develops the necessary knowledge, technologies and cognitive systems, using Unicist Artificial Intelligence, to manage social and business environments as adaptive systems. These solutions are provided to the market by its business arm and academic arm.