Do we need an anti-Nobel Prize? | Curio
News and insights read out for you.
10,000+ audio articles. 50+ world-leading publications.

All in 1 subscription.

The Wall Street Journal logo

Do we need an anti-Nobel Prize?

4 mins | Feb 25, 2021
story image
Frank Wilczek: there is too much emphasis on rewarding success in science. The physicist, who was awarded the Nobel Prize himself in 2004, reflects here on the problem of recognising success without acknowledging the failures that came before it, and suggests that AI may be the key to resolving this issue in the future.
Get unlimited access free for 7 days, then $6.67/month (billed annually)
Get started