Intelligence agency wants brain tools to tell: Who’s the smartest of them all?
How much additional variance could be expected by increasing the diversity of the subject population in terms of sex, age, IQ, occupation, nationality, culture, etc.? f. What support, if any, have these measures received in peer-reviewed literature?
What decides the success of ACO, population health models?
Historically, THP has had strong physician engagement ... the individual patient within the entire patient population. “When we talk about population health, we tend to use very broad buckets — five percent of people in this bucket, twenty percent ...
Atheists or Christians—Which Group is More Common Among Those With Fairly High IQ Scores?
Theo has ... percentage of men who weigh over 300 pounds are All-Pro linemen. Likewise, though most NBA all-stars are tall, most tall people are not NBA all-stars. And while most atheists score very slightly higher on IQ tests than the rest of the ...
The IQ factor: Despite advances in defining gifted children, intelligence testing still plays a large role
The Terman test and most other standard IQ exams focus primarily on memory and analytical skills. The average score is 100. A score of 110 means the person is in the top 25 percent of the population ... gifted children. Some identify those with IQs from ...
The Dawn of the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Because the exponential, digital, and recombinant powers of the second machine age have made it possible for humanity to create two of the most important one-time events in our history: the emergence of real, useful artificial intelligence (AI) and the ...