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Reem Al Hashemi launches UK News Guide at Expo 2020

Reem Al Hashemi launches UK News Guide at Expo 2020

Dubai: “Gulf”

The word “dignity” was first among the tens of thousands of words that opened the UK Pavilion in Expo 2020 Dubai and created a wonderful message from humanity to another civilization.

The first speech was delivered by the Minister of International Cooperation and the Director General of Expo 2020 Dubai, two days before the start of the event.

Inspired by Stephen Hawking, visitors to the England Pavilion are invited to donate a word describing humanity or life on earth. Advanced AI technology uses these words to create unique characters and create the collective message displayed on the conical structure of the UK Pavilion until March 31, 2022.

The algorithm used to create strings created by artificial intelligence trained over 15,000 poems by more than 100 British poets.

Reem Al Hashimi, Minister of International Cooperation and Director General of Expo 2020 Dubai, said: “I was honored to deliver the first message of a strong message from the United Kingdom that speaks to the whole of humanity. I can not wait to see how millions of Expo visitors from every corner of the planet will enjoy it. “

The Pavilion’s theme, Discovery for a Shared Future, explores whether interactive poetry installation computer software can express the complexities of humanity through poetry.

The 21-meter-tall cone in the UK pavilion is the vision of British artist and designer S. Devlin OPE, who is behind the gigantic stage sets of Beyonc மற்றும் and Adele and the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics.

During Expo 2020 Dubai, the UK Pavilion will host inspiring speeches by some of the world’s most innovative and innovative thinkers, the best British food and beverages, as well as exciting family-friendly interactive experiences and world-class art shows.

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