The Museum of Future Government Services, in Dubai from the 10th to 12th February 2014, is an interactive design futures exhibition launched at the UAE Government Summit. The Museum explores the future of travel, healthcare, education and urban services. It brings together over 80 designers, technologists and futurists from nearly 20 countries to imagine how these services could be changed for the better in the coming years.
As a member of Interactive Department at Fabrica I have been in charge of The Public Services Genie interactive, holographic installation development.
The Public Services Genie
This exhibit explores how virtualization, automation and artificial intelligence may streamline public services around the world. Users interact with a virtual “genie” – a hologram that shows how automated personal assistants might help them access a range of government services. This will help increase efficiency and the quality of service; connecting citizens to what they need and enabling civil servants to focus on face-to-face interaction and more complex cases. From renewing identity cards to registering births or applying for housing, virtual public assistants like this can provide direct assistance for all of your needs in the future.
For more information about the exhibition visit The Museum of Future Government Services website.