What Makes You Curious?

If you’re interested in hearing different perspectives on life’s biggest questions, you may want to tune into The Discovery Channel’s new series called “Curiosity.”

“Curiosity asks and answers the most fundamental questions facing the world today. Each episode of Curiosity will focus on a single enduring question in science, technology, and society.” – The Discovery Curiosity website.

Intel is pleased to be a presenting sponsor of this new series. We realize some of the topics are controversial and there are many differing opinions. The series is not intended to reflect a point of view on the part of Intel, but to spark reflection and discussion around some the most fascinating questions of our time. We welcome all opinions and viewpoints and we hope people will tune in and explore their own curiosity.

There will be a specific website for each episode where you can learn more about the topic. The next episode is titled “Alien Invasion: Are We Ready?” It premieres Sunday night, Aug. 14 at 8p.m. e/p in the U.S. and Canada.

In addition, some of our own Intel employees will be featured either during the episode or on the website. First up was Intel’s anthropologist, Genevieve Bell. Check out what makes her curious.

I personally, think it’s cool that Intel has an anthropologist, and we are interested in what makes people curious.

What are you curious about?

2 Responses to What Makes You Curious?

  1. Danielle Rosen says:

    Finally a widely viewed space for people to see SOME of what anthropologists do and the value of it! I saw this commercial the day that Gov. Scott made his remark about not needing any more anthropology majors in Florida because they do not contribute to the economy. Really? How apropos…Thank you Intel!