No I am not. I am merely uncertain about your inclusionary and exclusionary criteria for "ability to draw correlations".
Suppose that we have a set of entities X (organism, organelle, protein, molecule, atom or as low down the abstractions as you wish to go).
Suppose I ask you to sort those things into two groups:
Group 1: Things which are able to draw correlations
Group 2: Things which are unable to draw correlations.
This is binary classification 101: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_classification
Now, I am sure that you can successfully complete the task according to your own criteria/understanding of what "ability to draw correlations" means.
The problem is that I am not on the same page as you and so until you provide me with your classification rule: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classification_rule I will probably sort the items differently to you.
Which would mean that we interpret "ability to draw correlations" differently.
There is no way for me to "check your work" and hold you accountable. Every single human distinction suffers from this problem. Because our taxonomies are different.
The only way I can actually get an understanding of your meaning is if you sort the objects and I sort the objects and then we debate why you put atoms in Group 1 and I put them in Group 2 etc.