By- Frank Casale

What happens when intelligence becomes a commodity?

I recently read an article about a twelve-year old boy who scored higher than both Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking on the Mensa Test. Immediately, I thought of how many companies are already lining up to hire this bright young mind; possibly even before he ventures on to college.

I went on to think about the importance of knowledge and education as my own daughter recently departed for her freshman year of college. Fortunately, she graduated top of her high school and was accepted to some very select universities. After the sticker shock of paying her first semester’s tuition, I smiled realizing the bright future she will have. After all, a solid education and high intelligence is what the market has always sought, right?

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