The World Knowledge Dialogue Symposium 2006 is an institutional initiative to bridge the gap between the natural and the human/social sciences starting from new, revolutionary discoveries with potential impact at the scale of paradigmatic changes.
Tue, 17 Oct 2006
Phase one of a new experiment with human "guinea-pigs" was launched in the Swiss alpine resort of Crans-Montana in September 2006 (14-16th). Some of you who will read this are among the 270 participants at the first biennial World Knowledge Dialogue Symposium who volunteered to take part in the experiment. Others among you may have heard of the World Knowledge Dialogue from a colleague or friend. Perhaps you received an invitation to attend, but felt your career advancement plan could not afford the "luxury" of taking time off from other professional commitments? You may feel skeptical about the value of such an initiative, or you may quite simply not have grasped what it's all about, but you are curious enough to have come seeking information. (You are unlikely to be reading this if you are the biomedical researcher invitee who responded "Social scientists should be drowned at birth".) So what is it all about, this World Knowledge Dialogue Symposium, and what is so unique about it? Read on the site...
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