According to outdated mainstream psychology, human intelligence is equal to the IQ test result, which is the ability of a human to solve a complex task. The idea is, that human A is able to tackle a problem, while human B is not and so the measured intelligence is different. But there is an alternative technique available which can be used for determine machine intelligence as well. The instrument for doing so isn't the IQ test, but a stop watch. Which means, both humans are able to solve the task, but human A can do so faster. This is equal to a higher intelligence.
If we are converting this idea into the subject of artificial intelligence, than the fastest robot is automatically the brightest one. If the camera is able to perceive the objects with 100 fps, than the system is more powerful to a camera which is restricted to 20 frames per second. And if the robot hand can do 3 picks per seconds, it's better than a robot which can only provide 1 picks per second. Time is money, and time is intelligence. That's the basic idea.
Am i right?