[SydPhil] Estimating IQ score from DNA, new algorithm

Repla Esen esen.repla at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 15:07:42 AEST 2022

It’s complicated. Brain volume and intelligence are correlated but
resolution is low. As average, East Asians have larger brain volume and
score higher in IQ tests compared to others.

We appreciate you try what we have and help us improve the algorithm. Our
goal is to reach more innovator minded people.


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On Thu, Apr 14, 2022 at 9:36 PM Dean Rickles <dean.rickles at sydney.edu.au>

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> *Subject:* [SydPhil] Estimating IQ score from DNA, new algorithm
> Hello from Silicon Valley,
> We recently developed an algorithm to estimate a human’s IQ score, from
> raw DNA data.
> As of now, our error of estimation is around 5%.
> It is currently a research project to decrease the error further. Could
> you please give it a try so help us improve it?:
> https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/u3ZuC81V0PTjXEjXNsnUZ06?domain=cognidna.com/
> We also appreciate it if you please share this email with your
> innovator-minded friends and family members.
> Please consider this experience philosophically.
> Thanks,
> Alper Nese
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