The Hamdan bin Mohammed Smart University has officially inaugurated its first-ever Smart Building.
Epson is placing our latest technology in the hands of the future: universities, colleges and research institutions across EMEAR.
The Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) has recently launched a Smart Advising System for its learners starting fall of 2018.
Under the agreement with the Ministry of Artificial Intelligence, Dell EMC will train 500 Emirati students under a specialised AI programme, supervised by an executive team.
Smart Dubai, in partnership with the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), has developed a ground-breaking Master of Science in Data …
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched the 4th edition of the two-year programme, Qiyadi, designed to enrich the knowledge and diversify the skills of Emirati engineers.
Dubai RTA has announced that it will deploy 368 “smart” buses to transport about 8873 students in 17 schools during the new academic year that begins in September.
Emirates Foundation has announced the renewal of their partnership with BP Exploration and Operating Company, designed to support youth development programmes throughout the UAE.
The Trend Micro Saudi Academy for Cybersecurity, offered exclusively for Saudi nationals, aims to address the shortage of local expertise needed to keep KSA’s digital space secure.
Abu Dhabi University is set to offer six new academic bachelor’s programmes in the science and art streams at its Dubai campus during the next academic semester.
The Ministry of Education’s Ambassadors 2018 initiative has reported that over 300 students recently visited six elite universities as “Innovation Ambassadors.”
“AI is a gateway to building and shaping the future,” said Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, AI, and Deputy Managing Director of the Dubai Future Foundation.
Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University has partnered with the national and international organisations to provide distinguished degrees and certificates for Saudi female students and graduates.
New York University Libraries has received a grant of $1.34 million to support Arabic Collections Online, ACO, a major project to create an open access, digital library of public-domain Arabic language content.