Mensan and Lawyer Lynne Butler describes how she deals with sensitive estate issues and unwelcome surprises for survivors by framing questions carefully.
Avner Mandelman speaks at an Inquiring Minds event, where he presents a proposal on how Quantum Physics and Classical Physics might be related.
Last fall, Mensan Raj Krishnan weighed in on the 2019 Federal election and the impact of Justin Trudeau’s brownface controversy. In the second video, you can learn how he ultimately voted and his thoughtful rationale. Watch below:
50 years after the birth of the internet, computers are no longer room-sized, they are wrist-sized. In the era of ubiquitous computing, preserving privacy must be “what’s next.”
Trust is the currency of business. But how can we trust AI algorithms we can’t see or understand? Mensan Heather Simmons explains.
Mensan Louise O’Neill shares the healing power of parks – and of volunteering in your local community.
Privacy matters, but it is just a place to start. Technology changes the relationship between teacher and student, which is where the real work lies.
Meet Mensa Canada’s social media team and read our memories of a fun time in Montreal, where our Annual General Meeting was held in May 2019.
Can music unite us, bypassing language and cultural barriers? Mensan Carolyn Antonsen explores the power of emotion in several musical genres.
Mensan Diana Pederson shares what she learned at an astronaut’s talk. Why do you need space coffee cups? And how do you host a dinner party in space? Find out!