Apple said it has hired technology executive Jon McCormack as a vice president working on software, according to Bloomberg.
Through the new platform residents can file documents and receive SMS notifications pertaining to progress of their case and changes to the digital court file. Electronic evidence bundles are included in the court file at no additional cost to any party, and court hearings are conducted through video conferencing, accessed via an integrated calendar.
The Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) has launched its blockchain-powered digital bank for art, ArtBank.
Dubai Future Foundation’s (DFF) knowledge platforms has now reached more than 400 million people across the globe, according to WAM.
The UAE’s infrastructure ministry said it had adopted artificial intelligence (AI) technology to optimise its resources on numerous local road developments.
An Egyptian court ruled to revoke the suspension of the licenses of ride-hailing companies Uber and Careem, allowing them to continue their work, Reuters reports citing judicial sources said.
In a surprise development that is sure to have huge implications across the AI landscape, Apple announced yesterday that it has hired John Giannandrea, the architect behind Google Assistant, mere hours after he announced he was stepping down from his lofty position at the Mountain View headquarters.
Snap Inc, owner of social media platform Snapchat, is reportedly in talks with Saudi Arabia to open an office in the Kingdom, CNBC said citing sources familiar with the discussion.
Microsoft, Oracle and SAP have reportedly been signed as partners of the Dubai Future Foundation to support the One Million Arab Coders initiative.
The Port, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, PCFC, has launched the “Dhowber” project to strengthen the UAE and Dubai’s leading global position in the maritime transport industry, and help shape the sector’s future.
Honeywell has announced a cloud-based simulation tool that uses a combination of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) to train plant personnel on critical industrial work activities.
Airlines and airports are already investing in various forms of biometric technology and these will be more commonplace worldwide as 63% of airports and 43% of airlines plan to invest in biometric ID management solutions in the next three years, according to a recent report by SITA.
The Dubai Municipality has launched a system for smart control and tracking of five-gallon drinking water bottles.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) is reportedly planning the roll out of a 24/7 artificial intelligence-powered doctor consultation project.