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This paper considers the representation of human intelligence in the context of embodied cognitive science. This means that we represent such intelligence in terms of decision-making (either human or algorithmic) and the resultant behavior which these decisions produce. It is the nature of this emergent behavior which determines whether our representation is "intelligent." Here we show, by comparison with real conflict situations, that our algorithmic approach to the representation of artificial intelligence yields emergent behavior which is valid and representative.