Dive into the video series Stay Curious, which offers down-to-earth explanations of complex science, as well as portraits and talks with the Carlsberg Foundation's top researchers.
STAY CURIOUS: Professor of physics Jacob Friis Sherson does research into hybrid intelligence to figure out what humans and computers, respectively, do better. How we react to artificial intelligence will, in part, define our future. We can fear it or embrace it.
STAY CURIOUS: To Jacob Sherson, physics is the way to fundamentally understanding how the world works. He has dedicated his life to this. New ideas seem to constantly appear, and Jacob Sherson hopes for his research to reach out into the world and create change.
STAY CURIOUS: In the future, artificial intelligence will play an increasingly larger role in our lives. We have to maintain balance, so we will not become any less human. So, what do we do, once the efficiency of computer algorithms surpasses the human being? We are faced with a pivotal question of what type of society we want to live in.
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