Giacomo Inaudi (13 October 1867 – 10 November 1950), also known as Jacques Inaudi in France, was an Italian calculating prodigy.He was born in Onorato, Piedmont, Italy. As a child he was a shepherd but showed aptitude for mental calculation. Inaudi's abilities attracted interest of showmen and he toured around the world.French scientists like Jean-Martin Charcot investigated his abilities, French astronomer Camille Flammarion praised him in strong terms, and Alfred Binet wrote a book on him. Inaudi would repeat the numbers he was given before he began his mental calculations.

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  • Giacomo Inaudi, ou Jacques Inaudi, (13 octobre 1867 au hameau Norat, commune de Roccabruna, Province de Cuneo, Piémont, Italie - 10 novembre 1950 à Champigny-sur-Marne, France) est un calculateur prodige italien. Il fit presque toute sa carrière en France. Ses dons et notamment son étonnante mémoire des chiffres ont longtemps attiré l'attention des autorités scientifiques. (fr)
  • Giacomo Inaudi (13 October 1867 – 10 November 1950), also known as Jacques Inaudi in France, was an Italian calculating prodigy. He was born in Onorato, Piedmont, Italy. As a child he was a shepherd but showed aptitude for mental calculation. Inaudi's abilities attracted interest of showmen and he toured around the world. French scientists like Jean-Martin Charcot investigated his abilities, French astronomer Camille Flammarion praised him in strong terms, and Alfred Binet wrote a book on him. Inaudi would repeat the numbers he was given before he began his mental calculations. (en)
  • Jacques Inaudi, oder auch Giacomo Inaudi (* 15. Oktober 1867 in Roccabruna, Italien; † 10. November 1950 in Champigny-sur-Marne, Frankreich) war ein italienischer Kopfrechenkünstler. (de)
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  • Giacomo Inaudi, ou Jacques Inaudi, (13 octobre 1867 au hameau Norat, commune de Roccabruna, Province de Cuneo, Piémont, Italie - 10 novembre 1950 à Champigny-sur-Marne, France) est un calculateur prodige italien. Il fit presque toute sa carrière en France. Ses dons et notamment son étonnante mémoire des chiffres ont longtemps attiré l'attention des autorités scientifiques. (fr)
  • Jacques Inaudi, oder auch Giacomo Inaudi (* 15. Oktober 1867 in Roccabruna, Italien; † 10. November 1950 in Champigny-sur-Marne, Frankreich) war ein italienischer Kopfrechenkünstler. (de)
  • Giacomo Inaudi (13 October 1867 – 10 November 1950), also known as Jacques Inaudi in France, was an Italian calculating prodigy.He was born in Onorato, Piedmont, Italy. As a child he was a shepherd but showed aptitude for mental calculation. Inaudi's abilities attracted interest of showmen and he toured around the world.French scientists like Jean-Martin Charcot investigated his abilities, French astronomer Camille Flammarion praised him in strong terms, and Alfred Binet wrote a book on him. Inaudi would repeat the numbers he was given before he began his mental calculations. (en)
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  • Jacques Inaudi (en)
  • Jacques Inaudi (de)
  • Giacomo Inaudi (fr)
  • Giacomo Inaudi (it)
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