intelligence would denote ability to create as one aspect. but we didn't create ourselves. besides, the fact there is relative intelligence between individuals, we aren't even 'me' entirely but only a part of what makes us who we are. really, if you look at it, it's the cells and bacteria that make us who we are for the most part and they are doing all the engineering work as well as upkeep and maintenance. if we had to consciously tell our stomachs the procedural steps to digest food, most would starve because they would have no idea how it's done or it would take too long. or if you scraped your knee or burned a finger, could you consciously tell your cells what exactly to do? no, most processes are done unconsciously so we can hardly (at least most people) take credit for all the work these cells and bacteria do as well as their wisdom. literally, people have little to no idea how it's really done. our consciousness is only a fraction of what we are that is 'us' or what we call 'me or i'. yes, most of us are walking buffoons who are dependent on our trillions of cells and bacteria to keep us alive because if it depended on our 'conscious awareness' which is how we measure intelligence, we would royally mess it up because of our ignorance or just be dumbfounded with no idea whatsoever as to the complexity of how our physical selves work as well as how our brains work. we are the ones who are most in the dark or just as much.