Smart folks are those who can make any topic, no matter the complexity, easy and fun for listeners to understand. They're concise when delivering their message. They sound authoritative yet warm and they have a strong and consistent verbal brand. When most people try to sound smart, they're doing it wrong.
They successfully start each of their conversations with the right tone and energy. Smart people make eye contact, they pay attention to their body language, they ask smart questions, and they give compliments. They also make you laugh, they really listen, and they tell a great story.
Faces that are perceived as highly intelligent are rather prolonged with a broader distance between the eyes, a larger nose, a slight upturn to the corners of the mouth, and a sharper, pointing, less rounded chin.
The Intelligent Eye android mobile application is presented in this paper. The application provides assistance to visually impaired people by providing a set of useful features: light detection, color detection, object recognition, and banknote recognition. It has a user friendly interface customized for blind people.
Now work conducted in our laboratory at the Georgia Institute of Technology suggests that baseline pupil size is closely related to individual differences in intelligence. The larger the pupils, the higher the intelligence, as measured by tests of reasoning, attention and memory.
Some common synonyms of intelligent are alert, clever, and quick-witted. While all these words mean "mentally keen or quick," intelligent stresses success in coping with new situations and solving problems. an intelligent person could assemble it fast.
Nearly four in five (78%) add that using big words makes someone seem even smarter than they might be. “Having a large vocabulary can be important in more ways than one. For example, it can make people want to pay attention because they respect your intelligence.
Speak more slowly. According to research, you sound more intelligent if you speak relatively slowly. (Think of it as the Jeff Goldblum effect.) Speaking at a measured pace makes you seem smarter--as if your words are better thought-out (even if they aren't).
Signs of Genius in Adults. The signs of high intellectual power in adults are similar to those in children. They include quick learning, interest in unique topics, and the ability to process information fast, among others.
According to the study published in PLOS ONE journal, faces that are perceived as highly intelligent are rather prolonged with a broader distance between the eyes, a larger nose, a slight upturn to the corners of the mouth, and a sharper, pointing, less rounded chin.
New research debunks the belief that you can assess intelligence based on facial features. Researchers have identified more than 70 genes that affect variation in both brain and facial structure. The genes don't influence cognitive ability, however.
A recent survey conducted by CyberPulse, a division of Impulse Research Corporation in Los Angeles uncovered this colorful research. Intelligence was the number one trait associated with brown, the most common eye color in the U.S., by 34 percent of respondents.
The link between glasses and intelligence
According to a large study of over 300,000 people, people with higher cognitive function are 28 percent more likely to need corrective lenses, and 32 percent likelier to be shortsighted.
Rimless glasses may give you the best outcomes. Faces with full-rim glasses are seen as less attractive but more intelligent than faces without them. If the person's wearing rimless glasses, they don't get marked as less attractive, but they're perceived as more intelligent and trustworthy than faces without glasses.
Researchers in the UK report that their 124 participants rated more attractive faces as more intelligent, and suggest the so-called attractiveness halo effect says something about our inherent biases in judging other people.
In predicting intelligence from brain scans, the algorithm is doing something that humans cannot, because even an experienced neuroscientist cannot look at a brain scan and tell how intelligent a person is.