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By: Juan Antonio March


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Humanity stands on the brink of a new era defined by intelligence. Momentum confronts the pivotal challenge of our age: the tantalizing perspective of extraordinary progress, juxtaposed against a world teetering on the edge of chaos, held back by outdated political structures. Without forging a bold new global order, we hover perilously close to the abyss. Momentum charts the trajectory of this new world and the path to avoid fatal collapse.

Guided by artificial intelligence expert Nour, we peer into the realm of tomorrow’s reality. Nour unveils fifteen groundbreaking AI initiatives, each intricately tied to iconic locations across the globe, revealing how innovation will usher us into a transformative new era. It is a journey of boundless potential, tempered by a stark reality: To fully realize this future, we must construct a new global political framework.

As Nour travels the planet, she leads us on a dreamlike journey into the pivotal United Nations summit on creating new political architecture in a post-pandemic world. We delve into the fascinating debate that will determine the course of the future in this new era. Momentum offers a captivating exploration of the political landscape at this critical juncture. Nour’s vision illuminates the path to a unified world, and the dawn of One Humanity.

Juan Antonio March (J.A.M.), born in Barcelona 1958, is a Spanish Diplomat and writer who has served as Ambassador of Spain to the United Nations and the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Ambassador of Spain to Russia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Belarus and Armenia. Earlier in his career, J.A.M. served as Director General for Cooperation with Latin America, pushing forward new cultural development programs such as IberMedia, for film, and InterCampus for university exchange. Conscious of the important role that art plays in human development, he encouraged the creation of Miquel Barcelo’s Dome in the Human Rights and the Alliance of Civilizations Room at the United Nations Offices (Geneva). The Dome is now regarded as one of the most emblematic works of art created within the organization. He is also the author of Power & Future: 20 World Leaders (2018) and Wait for Me in Habana (1998).

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