Mensa Canada member Rony Gao summarizes the evolution of behavioural economics and elaborates on two common patterns in irrational behaviour.
Mensa Italy member Stefano Lodola speaks 10 languages and shares his single best tip for learning languages in this blog post.
Mensan Diana Pederson weighs in on how to navigate the challenges of entrepreneurship. Hint: a good night’s sleep really helps.
Bob Dylan once said, “Everything in New Orleans is a good idea.” He might have been right. Mensan Heather Simmons picks the best hidden food, drink, and music spots from her 25 trips to the Crescent City.
Just because you are a decent person and are telling the truth doesn’t mean you’ll win. Lawyer and Mensan Lynne Butler breaks down the difference between a justice system and a legal system.
Mensan Rony Gao argues that AI should be not a replacement, but rather an assistant, to human interpreters. How does AI stack up against humans on 3 key interpreting tasks?
The profession of simultaneous interpretation, first developed in 1945 for the Nuremberg trials, has come to its next crossroads. This time, the battlefield has shifted from Nuremberg to artificial intelligence (AI). Can AI really do it?
Artificial intelligence can seem like science fiction. But at its heart, it is about making predictions. Learn how it is being used today for pragmatic applications such as optimizing marketing promotions and decreasing customer churn.
Mensan Blair Roblin discusses the growing demand for home care, lengthening wait lists, the private-pay sector and gaps in equity of senior care access.
You know you’ve really learned something when you can teach it. Lynne Butler explains how she used 33 years of experience to teach a young man how to be a lawyer.