I agree that AI is to computers as intelligence is to brains. Faster electronics and more transistors only equate to faster neurones and more synapses. Intelligence is the manner in which the neurones are applied and that is a totally different view.
We (my antecedents and myself) have studied human intelligence for around 60 years and have developed the manner in which humans think and make rational decisions. We have produced software that thinks faster and better than humans. It adapts to ANY situation (mining, retail, banking, consulting, shopping, arguing, fixing...) and even has moods.
So far the interest has been poor, probably due to ignorance, ego, disbelief or jealousy - who knows - but we can defend the design and the design philosophy in any level of detail.