Professor Sadaf Farooqi says being slim is a matter of luck, not a demonstration of moral superiority.
Professor Duncan Astle says an over-reliance on adapting teaching methods to specific individuals is misplaced.
“There’s no hint of consciousness in any of the AI mechanisms currently out there”, says Professor Anna Korhonen.
In fact, says innovation expert Diarmuid O’Brien, ideas created at Cambridge create impact on a global scale.
Dr David Stillwell says that when it comes to predicting performance in the workplace, it is traits, not types, that count.
Professor Peter Mandler says schools cannot compensate for years of different life chances – and, anyway, that’s not their role.
Clare Shine says it’s exciting to imagine a future that’s greener and better for everyone.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen J Toope, says we need to abandon the idea that the arts are nice, but not essential.