Intelligence always performs a manipulation for gain. Usually personal gain, although sometimes for collective gain, but always for gain.
It might be useful to consider the concept of gain. Is gain always good? Is it always necessary?
What if the idea of gain was stepped back from, and instead, the full picture was evaluated?
By taking this, from that, what remains? Would taking it result in damage to the whole?
Wisdom, on the other hand, transcends intelligence, by being able to see, as a default, the full picture, as well as suspending the idea of gain as something that overrides any other consideration. Wisdom is able to leave things alone, while navigating in and around the way things are, while being consciously aware of causing damage in its wake.
Intelligence is more like a bull in a china shop, compared to wisdom, which is more like snow, gently settling over the landscape, adding beauty, while being generally harmless.
Wisdom is something that, once arrived at, endures forever, adding to what is, and enhancing it, without causing damage. While intelligence is short-sighted, often selfish, and very prone to result in collateral damage.