Jacques Inaudi (October 15, 1867 – November 10, 1950) was an Italian calculating prodigy. He was born in Onorato, Piedmont, Italy. As a child he was a shepherd but showed aptitude for mental calculations. 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.

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  • Giacomo Inaudi, ou Jacques Inaudi, était 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.
  • Jacques Inaudi (October 15, 1867 – November 10, 1950) was an Italian calculating prodigy. He was born in Onorato, Piedmont, Italy. As a child he was a shepherd but showed aptitude for mental calculations. 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, était 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.
  • Jacques Inaudi (October 15, 1867 – November 10, 1950) was an Italian calculating prodigy. He was born in Onorato, Piedmont, Italy. As a child he was a shepherd but showed aptitude for mental calculations. 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.
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