Artificial Intelligence (AI) is projected to have a $3.9 trillion business value by 2022 – and that boom will be reflected across GITEX.
Dubai will be the epicentre of the creative digital world once again next week when GITEX Technology Week and GITEX Future Stars.
The Dubai Police has announced that its AI-powered smart system has led to the arrest of over 100 wanted criminals since the beginning of 2018.
DEWA will showcase its digital technologies and initiatives as well as AI-focused solutions in the fields of clean energy, and smart metres and grids, to provide an unprecedented smart experience for the people of Dubai.
The Dubai RTA has announced that the registration of electric vehicles in the emirate’s Traffic System would require the existence of an accredited agent of such vehicles in the UAE.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) organised the first intensive quantum computing training programme, in cooperation with Microsoft.
Innovators from around the world will have an opportunity to take their solutions to the next level while building partnerships with global firm as Expo 2020 Dubai’s global social impact programme Expo Live.
Cisco has announced a partnership with systems integrator Smartworld to design and deploy the network infrastructure for Expo 2020 Dubai.
Nexign (formerly Peter-Service), a business support system (BSS) provider for communications service providers (CSPs), has announced plans to open the company’s Middle East and Africa (MEA) headquarters in Dubai.
The collaborative offer will see visitors to Dubai from Australia, Egypt, France, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa avail special offers from Uber on bookings made between 26 September to 10 December 2018.