A Billion People, a Thousand Years

My 1st-ever public sharing of the “Symbiotic Genius” vision and proposed research initiative was at the Genovasi SUGIC 2015 competition.  I am envisioning that Symbiotic Genius can improve the lives of a Billion People for a Thousand Years annually.

Symbiotic Genius - 1 billion people - A Thousand Years

Finalist in a Competition for a 10-week SV stint

Source: Genovasi website, Mar 2015

The grand prize is a full sponsorship of tuition fees worth over RM90,000 to the 10-week (Jun 13 – Aug 23) Graduate Studies Program at Singularity University at the NASA Research Campus in Silicon Valley, California. 

We are pleased to announce the 8 finalists who will be presenting their final pitch on 28 March 2015.

  • Ahmad Shukri Abdul Hamid – Self Management of Non Communicable Disease in the Community App
  • Chew Vee Kuan – Project Better Bus
  • Dhesi Baha Raja – Predicting Dengue Outbreaks
    (winner!)
  • Elisha Abdul Rasif – Kind Klix
  • Goh Kae Vin – Carpool Rewards App
  • ME (NAME REDACTED) – Imagine Like a Genius
  • Mohd Azman Ismail – Exergy
  • Mohd Izmir Bin Yamin – Farming 2.0

However I did not win :(  Nevertheless, it was lots of fun!

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My daughter’s signature line

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National Merit Qualifying Scores

Source: Studypoints website, date indeterminate
(see source for other states’ qualifying scores)

National Merit Scores

 

 

Creating Disruptive Innovation

Source: BigThink, Mar 2015

 

Cognitive Skills

Source: MIT, Mar 2015

different components of fluid intelligence peak at different ages, some as late as age 40.

… each cognitive skill they were testing peaked at a different age. For example, raw speed in processing information appears to peak around age 18 or 19, then immediately starts to decline. Meanwhile, short-term memory continues to improve until around age 25, when it levels off and then begins to drop around age 35.

For the ability to evaluate other people’s emotional states, the peak occurred much later, in the 40s or 50s.

rystallized intelligence peaks later in life, as previously believed, but the researchers also found something unexpected: While data from the Weschler IQ tests suggested that vocabulary peaks in the late 40s, the new data showed a later peak, in the late 60s or early 70s.

 

Einstein and his Relationship with Mathematics

Source: Arxiv website, date indeterminate

Einstein and His Relationship with Mathematics