OpenAI Against the dazzling backdrop of Dubai, the World Government Summit (WGS) is poised to unfold from February 12 to 14, ushering in a congregation of more than 300 influential figures. This diverse assembly includes prime ministers, leaders of international organizations, titans of industry, and a distinguished group of eight Nobel laureates. The overarching theme of this summit is the exploration of artificial intelligence (AI) and its cascading effects on the global landscape. Key luminaries, such as OpenAI’s co-founder Sam Altman and Jensen Huang of Nvidia Corporation, are slated to share their perspectives on the revolutionary potential of AI.
“Spotlight on Innovation: Time 100 AI List Convenes”
A significant facet of this year’s summit is the spotlight on the Time 100 AI list, a gathering that venerates trailblazers steering the course of AI innovation. Mohammed Al Gergawi, the Minister of Cabinet Affairs and Chairman of WGS, underscores the monumental impact AI is anticipated to have over the coming millennium, emphasizing the need for global collaboration and foresight.
“Global Challenges, Collaborative Solutions: Shaping the Future of Governance”: OpenAI
The World Government Summit serves as a pivotal forum where leaders, visionaries, and officials hailing from more than 150 countries will assemble to deliberate and strategize on the pressing challenges that the future holds. The comprehensive agenda comprises 15 conferences that span the gamut of AI, government services, urbanization, education, and smart mobility. Additionally, six specialized conferences will delve into critical domains such as health, sustainable development, future economies, and advanced technology.
“Immersive Dialogue: A Nexus of Innovation and Knowledge Transfer”
With a participant roster exceeding 4,000 individuals from both public and private sectors, WGS endeavors to be a dynamic hub for the exchange of cutting-edge ideas. Over the course of 110 interactive sessions, 200 speakers representing international, regional, and intergovernmental organizations will contribute to the rich tapestry of ideas and solutions.
“Global Leadership Unveiled: Nobel Presence and Ministerial Dialogues”
This year’s summit promises an illustrious guest list featuring eight Nobel Prize winners, adding a layer of prestige to the 23 ministerial sessions that will provide insights into the minds of world leaders. The thematic focus encompasses Government Acceleration and Transformation, AI’s Next Frontiers, Future Economies, Sustainability and Global Shifts, Urbanization, and Global Health Priorities.
“Honoring Visionaries: Prestigious Awards Commend Excellence”
WGS is not just a forum for discussion; it is a stage for recognition and celebration. The summit will confer prestigious awards, including the Best Minister Award, the Dubai International Best Practices Award for Sustainable Development, the Edge of Government Award, the Best Government Application Award, and the Global Government Excellence Award. As WGS marks a decade of evolution, it stands as a testament to its impact, having welcomed over 50 presidents, 2,500 ministers, 1,550 speakers, and 38,000 participants in its transformative journey.