I fail to find emotional implications behind the presence of organized matter that behaves according to predictable laws. Organized matter is objective. A primary attribute of intelligence is organization, whether it be ideas, substance, or any combination of the two. None of these require emotion to be observed or defined.
I also, once again, fail to find objective evidence for unorganized matter that does not behave according to predictable laws forthcoming on your part, which tends to weaken the proposition that intelligent design cannot possibly be a scientifically viable position.
Or do you think it to be beyond the purview of science to detect the presence of organized matter?
False. "Intelligence" has an elegant formal construction, and it asserts nothing of the sort.
But while you are at it, define "organization" in something resembling strict terms i.e. something we can use as an objective metric.