Leading world innovators, scientists, business leaders, and artists, who are presenting ideas of the new era in an inspiring way, will gather today in Belgrade at the prestigious WORLD.MINDS conference, where, among others, President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic and former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will speak, Tanjug finds out.
Vucic and Schroeder will talk about geopolitics, and the conversation will be moderated by Marc Walder, CEO of Ringier AG.
According to WORLD.MINDS rules, conversations are held behind closed doors.
Serbia is the first country in the world, next to Switzerland, to host this important symposium, which brings together the world's greatest thinkers.
This Swiss organization regularly organizes its meetings every December in Zurich.
WORLD.MINDS community consists of more than 1,000 high-ranked individuals, including Nobel Prize winners, statesmen, scientists, university professors, ambassadors, writers who have made a significant contribution to science, arts, and business.
The gathering in Belgrade will be attended by the winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry Kurt Wuthrich, a technology pioneer and one of the speakers at TED conferences, Tom Wujec, Osh Agabi, a neurotechnology expert and executive director of "Koniku"...
This year, Serbia will be represented by: Teslagram, a technology that is being developed at the Institute of Physics and represents the best system of protection against counterfeiting, BioSens Institute, a research and development institute that develops, introduces and promotes advanced ICT solutions in agriculture and 3Lateral - the leading producer of digital human technology and creative content.
The first Belgrade "World Minds" Symposium was announced yesterday by the performance of the British innovator Richard Brauning, who flew over Ada Ciganlija in a jet suit like Ironman.
Rolf Dobelli, founder of WORLD.MINDS, said that he was very pleased when he was invited to come to Serbia, which will have the opportunity to host WORLD.MINDS.
- This is an excellent opportunity for Serbian scientists and other thinkers to transfer their knowledge, experience, and ideas for a new future, in order to introduce their achievements to the wider circle of people from the international community - Dobelli pointed out.
The Government of the Republic of Serbia has launched a partnership with a prestigious Swiss organization that will help bring the smartest people of our time to our country and give local experts the opportunity to exchange experiences and present their achievements, according to a statement from the Government of Serbia.
"World Minds" has a tradition of 12 years, 150 renowned speakers, more than 1,000 members, and even 3,141 ideas coming that came from numerous conferences.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)