The Dan David Prize is an international prize which annually awards three prizes of US$ 1 million each for outstanding scientific, technological, cultural, or social achievements having an impact on our world. Each year fields are chosen within the three Time Dimensions - Past, Present and Future.
The relationship between history and memory has emerged in the second half of the 20th century as one of most enduring questions within historical study. The question of how the past shapes and is shaped by the present is ever-present in the way historians today undertake their work. read more
All forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, affect millions of people across the globe. This debilitating progressive brain disorder, leading to memory loss, disorientation, confusion and behavioral changes, poses great challenges for the research and clinical communities. read more
The hypothesis that human intelligence can be simulated by a machine exists for a long time. John McCarthy (1927 –2011) a computer scientist and cognitive scientist coined the term Artificial Intelligence (AI) in 1955, which was defined by him as: "the science and engineering of making intelligent machines". read more
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