Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) has launched Tourism 2.0, a blockchain-enabled marketplace that connects potential buyers directly to hotels and tour operators.
The Emirates Red Crescent, ERC, has launched a project to collect donations through smart applications at the Marina Mall in Abu Dhabi, as part of its Year of Zayed initiatives.
Al Shirawi Group of Companies, one of the largest private business conglomerates in the UAE, has adopted Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) software application to accelerate its digital transformation journey and empower its workforce.
Emirates NBD has announced the launch of its own private cloud platform. The move is part of the bank’s ongoing AED 1 billion IT transformation.
Toyota Motor has reportedly announced plans to start selling US vehicles that can talk to each other using short-range wireless technology in 2021.
The new solution offers businesses a collection of antifraud features, designed to keep online merchants secure and their customers safe.
The autonomous vehicle sector is expected drive demands for technologies such as virtual voice assistance; centralised domain architectures; improved vision and depth-sensing solutions; artificial intelligence powering development, testing and validation; and the rise of shared mobility platforms, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Globally, retail e-commerce is expected to increase to 14.6 percent of total retail, with a market volume of more than $4 trillion, according to a report by eMarketer.
UAE nationals including government officials, employees and students will soon get the opportunity to receive specialised training on artificial intelligence at the Oxford University.
Dell EMC has announced the results of new research conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) into the benefits of IT Transformation which affirms that IT Transformation can result in bottom-line benefits that drive business differentiation, innovation and growth.
The Middle East region is going through an exciting phase, with the UAE claiming 15th rank in the Euromonitor International’s Digital Consumer Index 2017 and highest among emerging markets, underlining the government’s commitment to transforming the society and the industries digitally and seamlessly for the future.
Dubai residents will soon be able to scan their food and get data such as its nutritional information and track the ingredients included in the food item.
Facebook-owned Instagram will soon allow its users to download a copy of all the content they have uploaded on the photo-sharing platform, according to reports.
DIFC Dispute Resolution Authority (DRA), as part of its most recent initiative and partners, aims to explore the impact of emerging disruptive technologies for lawmakers and legal systems.