World Laureates Forum

The World Laureates Forum, held from October 29 to 31 in the vicinity of the 556-square-meter Dishui Lake in eastern Shanghai's Lingang area, aims to discuss the development of scientific and technological innovation in the city.
The World Laureates Forum, held from October 29 to 31 in the vicinity of the 556-square-meter Dishui Lake in eastern Shanghai's Lingang area, aims to discuss the development of scientific and technological innovation in the city.
Forum scientists positive technology will strengthen not weaken society - Shanghai Metro News
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Forum scientists positive technology will strengthen not weaken society

Top scientists discussed job automation and discoveries, gave advice to young scientists and students, and shared what they are most concerned about at the World Laureates Forum.
Science 'must stay open, cooperative' - Shanghai Metro News
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Science 'must stay open, cooperative'

The second World Laureates Forum ends in Shanghai with the unveiling of a project which will encourage cooperation in cutting-edge research from around the world. 
Nobel winner encourages young scientists to follow passions - Shanghai Metro News
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Nobel winner encourages young scientists to follow passions

Gregg Semenza, a recipient of this year's Nobel Prize in Medicine, still remembers the freedom and generosity afforded by his mentors.
Doubts over Google's 'quantum supremacy' claim - Shanghai Metro News
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Doubts over Google's 'quantum supremacy' claim

Scientists at the World Laureates Forum expressed doubts about the "quantum supremacy" claim made by Google and if its quantum computer was really a quantum computer.
Top scientists share their biggest concerns - Shanghai Metro News
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Top scientists share their biggest concerns

During the World Laureates Forum, participants used short-format speeches to pose large questions about science and research.
Algorithm, biology linked - Shanghai Metro News
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Algorithm, biology linked

Computer sciences' best deep-learning algorithm is based on simple biology, according to Michael Levitt, the 2013 Nobel Prize in chemistry.
Nobel laureates make claim for science without borders - Shanghai Metro News
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Nobel laureates make claim for science without borders

Nobel Prize winners at the WLA Forum insisted the ideal world for science would be one where scientists can set up international cooperation without restrictions.
Akira Suzuki sees forum as great way to keep up with science - Shanghai Metro News
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Akira Suzuki sees forum as great way to keep up with science

Akira Suzuki, associate professor of Tohoku University, shared his views of the ongoing World Laureates Forum with Shanghai Daily.
Scientists soothe technology fears - Shanghai Metro News
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Scientists soothe technology fears

Concern over robots taking people's jobs is not shared by top scientists at Shanghai forum who say that technology always creates more jobs than are lost. 
World Laureates chairman Roger Kornberg on science in Shanghai - Shanghai Metro News
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World Laureates chairman Roger Kornberg on science in Shanghai

Roger Kornberg, chairman of the World Laureates' Association, shares his view of the World Laureates Forum with Shanghai Daily.
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