Dubai – Saba
Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik visited the Museum of the Future in Dubai today, Wednesday, on the sidelines of his participation in the World Government Summit.
The Prime Minister toured the museum, which constitutes an opportunity to live the future in its various horizons and dimensions, and an incubating environment for the best future forecasters of innovative minds and talents, and presents an exceptional journey through which it is possible to test exciting future experiences that affect various aspects of life and adapt technology to create a better reality for humanity as a whole.
Dr. Maeen Abdelmalik listened to a detailed explanation about the role of the museum, which will be a scientific and intellectual platform emanating from Dubai to the world and a knowledge center to support experts and designers of innovative future solutions in various sectors of interest to societies.
The Prime Minister learned from those in charge of the museum about its components, which include four main sections that extend over an area of 615 square meters, through which he presents a set of future interactive experiences that review the history of mankind from the beginnings and anticipate the human future in stages of 20 years, starting in 2040 to reach the year 2100.
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