Armenian Pavilion at the World Expo 2012 Yeosu: a Unique Concept of the WORLDLAB as Philosophy of New Thinking
Expo 2012 opened May, 12 in Yeosu, South Korea, with the theme of “The Living Ocean and Coast”, but the Armenian team has made the creative decision to explore what they call the “Information Ocean”, instead.
(PRWEB) May 13, 2012
On May 2012 in South Korea, Yeosu, the world expo 2012 was launched. The main theme of the Expo is “The Living Oceans and Coast”. More than 100 countries and a vast majority of international organizations are taking part in the Expo. The world expo 2012 will focus on the following issues: preservation of the living ocean and the reasonable usage of its resources, the challenges facing the balanced and sustainable development of our planet, and many other global issues.
Among the Expo participants, the concept of the Armenian pavilion particularly stands out. Worldlblab (the world laboratory) offers non-standard approaches to global issues and presents new cognitive horizons to the world.
One of the key issues of the Armenian pavilion will be framed as:
“The Living Ocean and the Global Information Ocean: one author?” This will be a new thesis on unprecedented approaches to communication at Expo 2012. This is a new philosophical way of thinking, which considers the question of whether the Global Information Ocean can be a powerful evolutionary environment like the living ocean, and therefore provokes people to consider the possibility that the two oceans could share a common “nonrandom” origin.
The analysis of these two evolutionary sources with their parallel structures and overlaps, the future algorithms of interactions between digital and biological organisms, the codes of new civilization–these themes are not only profoundly interesting but they give the Armenian Pavilion a truly unique concept among the other pavilions participating in Expo 2012.
It is also important to mention the Worldlab (world laboratory) concept itself. Worldlab aims to become a unique platform for the joint creativity of the new generation to develop the next generation of scientific innovations. One of the cores of this concept is that by using Worldlab, each individual can become a source of innovation development in the modern and future world. Moreover not only can Worldlab efficiently gather non-standard thinking scientists, theorists, and technicians, but it can also serve as a platform that demonstrates the on-going planetary development of a world-community.
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