L’intelligence ce n’est pas ce que l’on sait, mais ce que l’on fait quand on ne sait pas.
Lest our measurements of intelligence be confounded by knowledge!
I find this really interesting, because he is not stating what he would consider intelligent to do. Strict epi would have you say you don’t know and back away from the problem, but we need to make decisions all the time for problems on which we don’t have data. So does that mean prudence or daring?