Paul Allen has given more than $2 billion towards the advancement of science, technology, education, wildlife conservation, the arts and community services in his lifetime. The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation was established to administer a portion of Allen's philanthropic contributions.
Christopher Michael Langan (born March 25, 1952) is an American whose IQ was reportedly estimated to be "between 190 and 210". In Morris 2001, Langan relates that he took what was billed as "the world's most difficult IQ test" in Omni magazine, and he gives his IQ as "somewhere between 190 and 210".
Marilyn vos Savant (/ ˌ v ɒ s s ə ˈ v ɑː n t /; born August 11, 1946) is an American public figure, best known for having the highest recorded IQ according to the Guinness Book of Records, a competitive category the publication has since retired. Savant is a magazine columnist, author, lecturer, and playwright.
Advita Bihani points out that highly intelligent people tend to have a great sense of humor. Scientists agree. One study found that people who wrote funnier cartoon captions scored higher on measures of verbal intelligence. Another study found that professional comedians scored higher than average on measures of verbal intelligence.
Neil deGrasse Tyson made the decision a long time ago to be a sort of media cheerleader for science instead of an actual scientist, and although he isn’t a great communicator, it was the right decision because he was unlikely ever to trouble the Nobel committee. Also, he is stupid and his politics are dumb.
One of those people is Kim Ung-Yong, a South Korean civil engineer and former child prodigy who displayed amazing feats of intelligence shortly after his birth. He was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records under “Highest IQ”. However, Kim wants to tell the world IQ is not the source of happiness.
Despite losing at chess to the IBM Deep Blue computer more than 20 years ago, Garry Kasparov is a big believer in artificial intelligence. The former world chess champion is now an author and speaker who is trying to counter some of the more alarmist beliefs over the rise of AI technologies, typically exemplified in Hollywood movies in which robots rise against their human creators.
Dr. Thabet flaunts many feathers in her hat. She is the Founder and the President of SmartTips Consultants, President of Would IQ Foundation, President of the Brain Trust Foundation (MENA/ Middle East and North Africa), Vice President of WIN (World Intelligence Network), Vice Chancellor of The ...
Rick Rosner is an American with an alleged IQ of 192. By observation, Rick does not look like one of the most intelligent people the world has because he has a rough and tough facial expression which could have been made so by having spent a good number of years working as a bar bouncer.
evangelos katsioulis. Dr. Evangelos is the founder of the World Intelligence Network (WIN), which is an international organization that deals with people who have high Intelligence Quotient (IQ). He is also associated with a team that is dedicated to offering support to people with high IQ in his homeland.
It is obvious Terence Tao is Adrian Seng. You can see that he actually scored a 175+ on the Stanford-Binet, which however I would believe is the ceiling for that IQ test. But if you really want to “really” validate ratio IQ then Terence Tao is not the smartest man alive.
Shahriar Afshar- Shahriar Afshar has won a number of awards for his groundbreaking inventions. Afshar is known for his 2004 Afshar experiment, which he conducted at Harvard University. Afshar is known for his 2004 Afshar experiment, which he conducted at Harvard University.
Akshay Venkatesh (born 21 November 1981) is an Australian mathematician. His research interests are in the fields of counting, equidistribution problems in automorphic forms and number theory, in particular representation theory, locally symmetric spaces and ergodic theory.
It doesn't matter what I, or anyone else, thinks about the true ranking of the intelligence levels of Richard Feynman and Ed Witten, or Ramanujan and Euler, or Einstein and Newton, or Grothendieck and Archimedes, or Goethe and Picasso. The question is meaningless. People aren't arranged on a linear intelligence scale. I don't even know what "different intelligences" might mean for two of the most creative physicists of the past 100 years.