It appears to me that the thoughts in our heads, or at least mine, are a result of the language they know. I do not have any thought that is not a consequence of the information that is contained within the language I know. I have thoughts that occur as the words we use in language and are particular to my voice The structure of that language forms constraints as to the depth of thought that my mind can possibly come up with as far as I can perceive.
Is intelligence limited to thoughts it is able to associate words with, since the mind's language is a result of a recursive association of words associated with those thoughts? Is there a limit of conception bound by a language, which is limited by its dictation? If so, there would also be a limit upon the perception of that so-called intelligence.
Consequently, given that artificial intelligence systems are created by humans, aren't they limited by our language and knowledge of it?