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AIMS Conference 2024 in Dubai/ IASC Highlights Institute’s Innovations in AI, Biohacking, and Ethics

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The Institute for Advance Studies and Cooperation (IASC), in partnership with the London Intercultural Center, organized the “AIMS Conference 2024: World Tech Summit” on Sunday, May 19, 2024, at the Habtoor Resort in Dubai. The summit, titled “Redefining Tech Horizon: Navigating New Frontiers of Innovation and Culture,” brought together experts, innovators, and researchers from around the world to explore the latest advancements and future directions in technology.

The opening speech was held by Sheikh Dr. Eng. Abdullah Ali Al-Saihati, Honorary President of the London Intercultural Center, followed by a keynote speech from Hadi Brenjekjy, Executive Director of the Center. Brenjekjy emphasized the uniqueness of human intelligence amidst the vast opportunities, capabilities, possibilities, and challenges that artificial intelligence presents in the vmodern era of digital transformation.

Prof. Gabriele Pao-Pei Andreoli, President of  IASC, highlighted the institute’s pioneering support for innovation in artificial intelligence, biohacking, and their ethical implications. Throughout the year, IASC propel forward transformative initiatives such as H.I.T Malaria, Regenesis, Transcend, Heritage and more. Each project represents steadfast commitment to driving positive change and innovation across various spheres.

“With 249 million cases recorded globally and 608,000 malaria-related deaths, the task of combating this parasite remains monumental. However, with remarkable strides in Holographic Information Transfer technology and our collaboration with Regenesis, we stand poised to meet this challenge head-on. Join our vibrant community of extraordinary individuals as we endeavor to provide universal, affordable healthcare, safeguard the environment, and elevate and harmonize human existence. Together, we possess the power to transform the world, save countless lives, and forge a more sustainable and advanced society.” – said Prof. Andreoli

Referring to the Transcend project, he elaborated on the idea of generating a parliament of life-sized holographic avatars that are exact replicas of selected historical personalities representing all nationalities, cultures, and civilizations. The avatars would be placed in a designated physical area and interact with one another and with guests, elaborating on philosophy, history, and many other areas of human knowledge.  Also, Transcend come together with Heritage to pioneer a new era of technological and cultural integration. This collaboration ensures not only the preservation of cultural heritage but also the accessibility of these treasures through secure, transparent investments.

He emphasized IASC’s commitment to fostering groundbreaking research and development in AI, aiming to revolutionize various industries. These include healthcare, where AI can enhance diagnostics and treatment; finance, where it can improve decision-making and risk management; education, where it can personalize learning experiences; and environmental sustainability, where it can optimize resource use and conservation efforts. Andreoli noted that IASC’s projects are designed to push the boundaries of technology, focusing on both practical applications and theoretical advancements to achieve significant societal impact.

The summit featured a prestigious lineup of speakers. Tim Ahmed discussed navigating the AI and FinTech job market with the SMART Methodology, Liu Liu addressed cultural influence on AI bias, Deborah Webster explored AI and the human factor, Scott Marshal elaborated on using spatial computing to save the planet, and Nico R. Schuster examined cultural pitfalls in technology adoption. Additionally, researchers like Dr. Adolfo Panifili, Dario Spera, Professor Alessandro Pumpo, Dr. Christina Rahm, and Martina Luise shared their groundbreaking scientific research.

During the awards ceremony, Prof. Andreoli, honored His Excellency Juma Al-Majid, President of the Juma Al-Majid Center for Culture and Heritage in Dubai, for his pioneering contributions to culture and global heritage. Dr. Mohammed Kamel Jad, Director General of the Juma Al-Majid Center, received the medal of honor on behalf of His Excellency and conveyed a message of gratitude to the President of IASC and Dr. Abdullah Al-Saihati, President of the Conference.

The summit featured three key panels: Business and Investment Opportunities, Evolutionary Biohacking, and Tolerance and Ethics. Topics included AI and machine learning, ethical AI development, biotechnology, augmented and virtual reality, sustainable development, and cross-cultural tech partnerships.

At the conference’s conclusion, Dr. Mohammed Kamel Jad honored Dr. Eng. Abdullah Ali Al-Saihati with a commemorative shield for promoting cultural tolerance and cooperation between Arab and Western scientific institutions. In turn, Dr. Al-Saihati honored the Juma Al-Majid Cultural and Heritage Center for preserving world heritage.

Distinguished guests included Sheikh Salem bin Sultan Al-Qasimi, Sheikh Hamid bin Khalid Al-Qasimi, His Excellency Dr. Abdullah Al-Saihati, and His Excellency Jamal bin Huwaireb, among other prominent cultural and scientific figures.

The AIMS Conference was a landmark event, fostering global collaboration and innovation in AI, IoT, cybersecurity, quantum computing, biotechnology, and sustainable tech practices.

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  • Arta Feta

    Ms. Arta Feta is the Co-Founder & Executive Director of the ‘Institute for Advance Studies and Cooperation’. She boasts a diverse professional background. Additionally, Ms. Feta works in the Ministry of Finance in Albania, demonstrating financial management abilities in public administration and leadership skills. Previously, she gained experience in journalism, where she covered economic and political issues. Beyond her public sector commitments, she has experience in interdisciplinary research foundations. Her collaborations with foreign institutes have enriched her network and broadened her perspective on global affairs. She is deeply engaged and interested in international activities and conferences, driven by a curiosity to understand both domestic and foreign politics.

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