A Malaysian toddler living in England has become the youngest member of MENSA UK, the British chapter of the world’s largest and oldest high-IQ society.
Muhammad Haryz Nadzim, 3, was invited to join the organization after meeting a psychologist and scoring 142 on the Stanford-Binet scale, arguably the most respected standardized test for measuring general intelligence.
Sumire Nakamura is now set to become the youngest Japanese Go player in history when she makes her official debut as a professional on April 1st.
Nakamura, who will turn 10 in march, will hold the record as the youngest professional Go player when she starts off her career on April 1st. She will take the record from the previous holder, Rina Fujisawa, who became a professional player in 2010 at the age of 11, according to Reuters.