Journey to 2071 at the Dubai Museum of the Future

  • Inaugurated on 2 of 2 of 2022, this iconic eye-shaped museum is strongly committed to technological advances and artificial intelligence in an attempt to guarantee a splendid future

Welcome to 2071! A year when unmanned helicopter taxis they will cross the cities while drones of all kinds They will clear the crystals of the infinite buildings that touch the sky, we will be able to travel in space and we will enjoy areas of technological disconnection to rediscover oneself.

Welcome to the Museum of the Future! from Dubai one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, according to National Geographic, where the tomorrow that awaits us in 2071 is glimpsed, date on which the United Arab Emirates They will celebrate their first centenary as a nation.

Inaugurated on 2 of 2 of 2022, this iconic eye-shaped museum that looks to the future is firmly committed to the latest technological advances and artificial intelligence to try to guarantee a splendid future crafted by overflowing human talent.

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Raised 77 meters on a verdant hillock, on the main road of the city, the Sheikh Zayed Street, the striking hollow, silvery structure, in the shape of a seven-storey ellipse, It is an architectural marvel built through the use of the most advanced robotic technology with durability as a flag. The building, powered by 4,000 megawatts of solar energy, is made of stainless steel and fiberglass. on the surface of which words engraved with Arabic calligraphy allow the light of the sun to pass through. These are the words of an Arabic poem by the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, which tells the futuristic ambitions of this extremely rich emirate of impossible skyscrapers and just over three million inhabitants.

“It’s a spectacular building that represents the revival of Arab excellence, of its ancestral culture, in the fields of science, mathematics and research & rdquor ;, says Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

The Museum of the Future, very close to the Burj Kahlifa, the tallest skyscraper in the world at 828 meters, uses the latest discoveries in virtual and augmented reality, data analysis, artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction to meet the challenges of the future of humanity, in our cities and in space. Visitors can explore the future of space travel 600 kilometers from Earth, how life will evolve, climate change, health, well-being, i.e. what our life will be like then, both materially and spiritually.

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In an environment focused on health and well-being, visitors can enjoy a calm and soothing journey towards the disconnection of the new technologies that are ubiquitous in the Al Waha level three, after traveling with avatar Aya, museum intelligence, to space station osshopon the fifth floor, visited the Amazon and was surprised by a DNA laboratory, The institute of health on the fourth floor, which preserves 2,400 species, many of which are already extinct.

New global scientific landmark and beacon of knowledge, the Museum of the Future, which invites children to invent the world that awaits us, has the immediate objective of becoming the headquarters of the ambitious initiative “Great Arab Minds”launched by Rashid Al Maktoum, in search of 1,000 great Arab heads to reflect on our present and future life in this young country, the richest in the world thanks to its natural gas reserves.

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