Seoul 2017

The age to come

30 October 2017

Nobel Laureates, key opinion leaders, policy makers, students, researchers and the general public met to discuss the age to come, exploring the challenges of an ageing population and how AI can support humans.

Together with around 20 scientists and experts, five Nobel Laureates attended the dialogue: Serge Haroche, Nobel Prize in Physics 2012, Robert Huber, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1988, Finn Kydland, Prize in Economic Sciences 2004, Richard Roberts, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1993 and Ada Yonath, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2009.

The Nobel Prize Dialogue Seoul 2017 was produced by Nobel Media in partnership with Korean Academy of Science and Technology, KAST with the kind support from Nobel International Partners 3M, Ericsson, Scania and Volvo Cars.

Event highlights

"Can we stop the clock on ageing? Not during our lives, but our children’s lives maybe."

- Ada Yonath, 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

With thanks to the Nobel International Partners

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