Future Innovation Summit/ His Excellency Mons. Benito Adàn Mendez Bracamonte: We must work together for the common good
“We have to look at innovation, NFT, space travel, biohacking, metaverse, and decentralized finance without losing sight of the human factor. The Vatican, the Church, is open to scientific advances, despite the thinking of many people who believe otherwise. In fact, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences has indeed the objective of promoting the progress of the mathematical, physical, and natural sciences and the study of epistemological problems relating thereto.”
With these words, opened his speech during the third edition of the “Future Innovation Summit” in Dubai on October 19th.
Then His Excellency continued citing the words of the Holy Pope: “A technological and economic development that does not leave a better world and an integrally superior quality of life cannot be considered progress” (LS 194).
“We must work together for the common good, and as a demonstration of my sincere appreciation for this initiative, I gladly confer on the Future Innovation Summit in the person of its founder, Adnan Al Noorani, and Mr. Kabantsev, the honor of the Medal of San Juan di Capistrano.
On this occasion, Prof. Andreoli, President of the Institute for Advance Studies and Cooperation, who was previously awarded the Honor of the Medal of San Juan di Capistrano, reiterated the willingness of the Institute for Advance Studies and Cooperation to continue to work in the development of the “San Juan di Capistrano” structure governed by His Excellency Mons. Benito Adan Mendez Bracamonte, Military Bishop of Venezuela.