IDA and Science Gallery to Collaborate for Exhibition in Davos

IDA Ireland has announced that it will be partnering with Science Gallery International to bring an exhibition to the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos next week.
The exhibition, PORTALS, was curated collaboratively by Science Gallery International and the World Economic Forum, and features four immersive gateways that invite participants into wholly different realities and ways of experiencing the world.

The idea behind the exhibition is to present visitors with the opportunity to see how much of themselves they can really see reflected in others, reminding them of what makes them human and connecting them with each other in more meaningful ways. Davos 2018 is the fourth major collaboration between Science Gallery International and the World Economic Forum over the last year.

Welcoming the collaboration ahead of the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting, CEO of IDA Ireland Martin Shanahan said: “Artificial intelligence is now the focal point for most technology companies who are engaging in R & D projects. Ireland is home to a world-class scientific research ecosystem which is pioneering the AI revolution. Our client companies choose Ireland for the young, skilled and well-educated workforce who possess strong technological and business skills, as well as our pro-business infrastructure and attractive tax regime. I look forward to the opportunity to further explore the Science Gallery International’s work at Davos.”