Opening today in Dubai and running through February 14th, the World Governments Summit (WGS) aims to address several issues that will impact the world as we advance in some domains, such as artificial intelligence, the economy, health, education, climate change, space exploration, energy, power dynamics, peace and security, government services, and human empowerment.
The questions at the summit start with “what, who, where, and how?” to find answers and ideas for dealing with upcoming difficulties. These include creating sustainable communities, how mind maps can help accelerate sustainable development goals, how the energy sector affects the global balance of power, and how to make the most of our mental capacity.
More than 200 global figures, including presidents, ministers, experts, thinkers, and future makers, participate in more than 110 main interactive dialogue sessions and 15 global forums to discuss issues and potential solutions. Additionally, over 300 ministers attend over 23 ministerial meetings and executive sessions.
The role of artificial intelligence in all facets of life is one of the most critical problems of the future. These worries center on whether artificial intelligence will eventually replace humans, whether nations are prepared for this technological tsunami, and whether it would end the world.