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Sophia, the world’s first-ever robot-citizen to address at Global Citizenship Summit on 4-6 Nov ’18 in Dubai
More than 400 delegates from over 40 countries are expected to attend the 12th annual Global Citizenship Summit in Dubai, which will take place on 4-6 November 2018 in Dubai. Headlining the conference will be artificial intelligence sensation Sophia, the world’s first-ever robot-citizen. Sophia will introduce an exclusive panel debate on the battle for digital supremacy being waged between the global superpowers and on what this new technological climate means for the future of global citizenship.
Hosted by leading international citizenship and residence advisory firm Henley & Partners, this annual event has become the world’s largest and most significant conference on investment migration, bringing together presidents, prime ministers, senior government ministers and officials, leading academics, experienced industry professionals, and top-tier financial and business media.
The Moldova Citizenship-by-Investment (MCBI) program – the latest and most exciting new investment migration opportunity in Europe – will be officially launched at the conference. Notable key speakers include President of Montenegro, H.E. Milo Ðukanovic; the Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis; and Peter S. Vincent, Assistant Director General for International Policy at BORDERPOL and General Counsel for Thomson Reuters. The event will be co-hosted by Tariq Qureishy, Founder and CEO of MadTalks, Dubai, and Katie Fielder, Dubai-based journalist and broadcaster.
The conference will conclude with a gala dinner during which the 2018 winner of the Global Citizen Award® will be announced. The award is presented each year to an inspiring individual who has made an extraordinary and courageous contribution to the global community.
Dr. Christian H. Kalin, Group Chairman of Henley & Partners, said that residence- and citizenship-by-investment programs are very much the new frontier in terms of freedom, flexibility, and future-readiness. “The societal and economic value they are able to generate is truly extraordinary, which is why we are seeing such strong industry growth year-on-year. The industry as a whole, with residence and citizenship combined, is currently grossing roughly USD 18 billion per year, and we expect that we will hit the USD 20 billion mark very soon.”