The Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT), the UAE’s largest applied higher education institution, will partner with Oracle in a ground-breaking …
Artificial intelligence (AI) has increasingly become an integral part of everyday life, whether it’s for automated driving, smart home solutions or manufacturing.
GEMS Education has launched five Centres of Excellence designed to promote and create unique experiential learning around emerging technologies.
The Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI), the first graduate-level, research-based artificial intelligence (AI) university in the world, has received immediate interest from graduate students across the globe.
Located in Masdar City, MBZUAI is a new graduate-level AI research institution that will enable graduate students, businesses, and governments to advance the artificial intelligence field.
Huawei, in collaboration with Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), has hosted a dedicated 5G onboard training programme at MCIT’s headquarter.
Modern technology has been increasingly grabbing the attention of the Emirati youth, according to Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, UAE’s Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence.
The UAE’s Khalifa University of Science and Technology has recently launched new institute dedicated to teaching Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications to university students.
The Emirates Advanced National Research and Education Network (Ankabut) has announced that it has achieved the status of Dell Technologies’ Cloud Service Provider (CSP).
GEMS Education has launched a new app aimed at addressing the needs of the parents of existing as well as potential students.
Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai has collaborated with IBM to equip its students with future-ready skills in the fields of data science and analytics
ConsenSys has confirmed its support of Re:Coded Iraq as part of its commitment to using technology to build a more humane society.
Jeddah University and Commvault has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to set the framework of bilateral cooperation between the two organisations in supporting scientific research, training and expertise exchanges in line with the goals of the ‘Saudi Vision 2030’ initiative.
More than 40 students from across schools in the UAE participated in the fourth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Bootcamp organised by the Emirates ICT Innovation Center (EBTIC) and Khalifa University of Science and Technology, in collaboration with the UAE Ministry of Education.