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Intelligence is a term describing one or more capacities of the mind.
Intelligence may also refer to:
Information and information gathering
- Information itself
- Espionage, the clandestine acquisition of confidential information
- Business intelligence, transforming data into meaningful and useful information for business analysis purposes
- Intelligence assessment, the evaluation of sensitive state, military, commercial, or scientific information
- Intelligence cycle, the stages of intelligence information processing
- Military intelligence, the gathering and assessment of strategic, tactical, and policy information
- Police intelligence, the gathering of information about crime in order to track and predict it with a view to curbing it
- Intelligence (journal), a scientific journal dealing with intelligence and psychometrics
- Intelligence (newspaper), a newspaper published in Bowral, New South Wales, Australia
- Nous (intelligence), in classical and medieval philosophy, theology, and cosmology
- Intelligence (Canadian TV series), a Canadian television show that ran 2006–2007 on CBC Television
- Intelligence (U.S. TV series), a 2014 American cyber-themed action/adventure television series
- "Intelligence", a song by ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead from their 2003 EP The Secret of Elena's Tomb
- The Intelligence, a noise rock band from Seattle with releases on In the Red Records
- Intelligence (solitaire), a card game
- Intellect (disambiguation)
- Artificial intelligence (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Intelligence"
- All pages with a title containing Intelligence
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