Reading brain waves was useless until A.I. got involved. Now mind reading has real-world, practical applications.
First demoed at the September iPhone event in 2017, the souped-up selfie lenses are finally ready for your close-up.
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.
According to the Abu Dhabi Police, such scams often imitate trademarks and trusted websites, with the aim of stealing personal information, such as usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and other information that may lead to problems for users, who are required to report these crimes to the police, to track and catch the criminals.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) is reportedly planning the roll out of a 24/7 artificial intelligence-powered doctor consultation project.
Apple used its education event in Chicago on Tuesday to unveil a host of new tools to allow teachers and students to make the most of their Apple devices, including the Everyone Can Create curriculum and Schoolwork app, as well as an expansion of the Classroom app.
Egypt suspended the licenses of ride-hailing companies Uber and Careem on Tuesday, in a court ruling after taxi drivers sought to shut down the two firms’ operations in the country, judicial sources said.
The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has processed 547,461 online transactions relating to vehicle licensing services in 2017, according to WAM.
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Interior has reportedly launched a new smartphone app to help protect individual privacy.
Smart Dubai has launched the new and improved version of its flagship Dubai Now platform and application, introducing artificial intelligence to the service, which will now feature Smart Dubai’s AI-powered smart city advisor “Rashid”.