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The UAE government has launched five national initiatives to develop the transport sector, as part of its efforts to develop smart and innovative transportation system.
Dnata has that it acquired a majority stake in bd4travel (Big Data for Travel), a tech company that provides artificial intelligence(AI)-driven IT solutions to online travel agencies.
Dubai Internet City (DIC) has launched its GoFreelance permit that will enable freelance talent to work in the technology sector.
The Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies (EIBFS) has launched a new online research portal that will enable access to the latest industry and economic reports and whitepapers, scholarly articles and surveys.
Nokia and du have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate to help drive innovation and entrepreneurship among the youth.
Al Hilal Bank is the first Islamic bank in the world to leverage Blockchain technology for the resale and settlement of an Islamic Sukuk.
A recent study highlighted that a majority of organisations in the UAE and Saudi Arabia are failing to measure the right information to really understand what is driving customer loyalty.
Private equity firm General Atlantic has led a $120 million investment and acquired a minority stake in Middle East real estate classifieds website Property Finder, Reuters reported.
The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) in the UAE has announced an automated system that allows people to apply for an entry permit in just 15 seconds.
A digital currencies wallet and trading platform which offers an additional cash deposit service has recently launched in the UAE.
Burj Khalifa is teaming up with HTC Vive and Dubai Future Accelerators, an initiative of Dubai Future Foundation, to further business opportunities within the VR ecosystem across the Middle East and Africa.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has launched the second phase of Rammas, its virtual employee that answers customers’ queries using artificial intelligence (AI).