Learnings for the next 50 years
With a variety of virtual and augmented reality, big data analysis, artificial intelligence, and human-machine interaction installations and displays, the museum symbolises our understanding of how the future will look in the next 50 years.
And that is because, as one of the Al Maktoum quotes says, only if we can imagine the future and put it into some form of design we will truly own it and shape it for the better. This outstanding addition to the city of Dubai wants to act as a call to the youth, to be ambitious in their pursuit of future endeavours, dreams and aspirations.
The kickstart of events of this scale at the Museum of Future, such as the Dubai Metaverse Assembly, anticipates that its floors will not only be a space of discovery and imagination, but a workshop to continue actively debating about the possibilities the future present with global communities.
“Emirati talents have contributed significantly to the Museum of the Future. Meanwhile, their future role in activating and operating this global knowledge hub is essential,” added Al Gergawi when commenting on the Emirati contribution to designing, building and managing the first museum of its kind. “It is a message of hope, optimism and positivity for a better future for humanity.”