A team that wants to answer this question is developing IQ tests and its online platform. They call it the IQ Olympiad project. The project is being undertaken by IQ Olympiad Foundation, which researches the most accurate way to measure IQ or human intelligence.
IQ has always been a topic of great interest because it is a major means of measuring human mental abilities. The importance of IQ can be recognized by large global companies hiring employees through aptitude tests similar to IQ tests. Many schools and universities also facilitate IQ tests to assess students’ intellectual abilities.
However, there are considerable problems with existing IQ tests and scoring mechanisms: 1) Reliability issues for IQ score. 2) Accessibility issues for IQ tests. 3) Lack of IQ certificate forgery prevention techniques.
The IQ Olympiad Project is here to suggest a unique solution: 1) The IQ Olympiad’s unchangeable security technology prevents forgery or replication of IQ test results, thereby ensuring the integrity of IQ measurements. 2) IQ Olympiad incentivizes users by providing rewards for taking IQ tests. 3) Copyrights of IQ tests and intellectual properties that are produced and shared on IQ Olympiad are protectedby IQ Olympiad’s own technology. Dr. Ronald K. Hoelfin says his platform will be the new global standard for IQ tests.
“IQ Olympiad enables people to create and share IQ tests to build a decentralized IQ testing environment. The platform statistically computes the score for each test result to provide reliable IQ scores for individuals. This improves the reliability of IQ scores compared to traditional IQ scoring methods through transparency, and increasing mutual verification among participants.”
The IQ Olympiad Foundation was founded by Dr. Ronald K. Hoeflin, founder of the Mega Society, which was listed in the Guinness Book of Records (Guinness World Record). This project involves top experts from the field of human intelligence. Dr. Tom Chittenden, who is Chief Technology Officer for Genuity Science and Advisor of Harvard University Medical School joined this project. Global high-intelligence organizations such as the United Sigma Intelligence Association also support the project.