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The World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils today hosted an enthralling discussion around the effect on jobs in the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The United Arab Emirates is one of a few countries across the world to have seen tangible progress in the ways it tackles the impending Fourth Industrial Revolution, a World Economic Forum executive has said.
The UAE has introduced a new federal law authorising the Cabinet to grant temporary licenses for the testing and vetting of innovations that utilise future technologies and its applications such as AI.
Dubai Police has reportedly started training officers to use a flying motorbikes that will be introduced to the service by 2020.
The UAE is using artificial intelligence (AI) to gather and analyse real-time data to monitor and predict air quality across the country.
The DIFC Courts has opened the Dubai conference on court excellence and innovation, titled, “Today & Tomorrow, an international court excellence and legaltech conference.”
Dubai Crown Princes and Executive Council chairman Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has recently visited DEWA’s Data Hub Integrated Solutions, MORO, a data hub that provides data centre solutions and innovative business services.
“The goals of the New Economy Forum are in line with the UAE’s 2071 strategy to prepare for the future and capture the opportunities that lie ahead. It also aligns with the UAE’s vision for building bridges, connecting global economies, and enabling sustainable prosperity,” Dr. Al Jaber said.
Smart Dubai Government Establishment (SDG) CEO Wesam Lootah has revealed that the first phase of the emirate’s Paperless Strategy is set to be completed by the end of 2018.
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“Coding is the language of the future, and one of its key tools. It creates opportunities for future generations,” said Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
The UAE’s KhalifaSat sent the first image from space of the Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah.
Dubai Customs’ Business Innovation Department has organised a workshop for the employees on the blockchain technology in customs field.