The Dubai Future Foundation has adopted HireVue – a new technology solution that employs artificial intelligence to enhance the process of hiring talents.
Consumer spending on technology in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) is forecast to total $130.8 billion this year, a year-on-year increase of 4.1 percent, according to a recent industry study.
Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority has launched “HADI”, an AI-based conversational bot that can answer users’ questions and process transactions with respect to DSOA’s services.
Global 5G subscriptions are set to top 2.6 billion within the next six years, driven by sustained momentum and a rapidly developing 5G ecosystem, according to the latest report from Ericsson.
Dubai Police has encouraged the public to benefit from the ‘Drive Mode’ feature in its smart app, which enables them to avoid traffic jams and nearby accidents.
Business leaders in the Middle East and Africa strongly believe that data helps build trust from its customers, its own business processes, and across its partner ecosystem, according to a recent study by IBM.
Smart Dubai and the Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED – Dubai Economy) have announced a joint new data initiative for the retail sector.
The project called, Digital Coach project, is in line with the UAE Strategy for artificial intelligence (AI) and technology is the first-of-its-kind in training drivers worldwide.
The Dubai Future Council for Blockchain, chaired by Dr Aisha Bint Butti Bin Bishr, has launched the Dubai Blockchain Policy at the 9th Smart City Expo World Congress, held in Barcelona.
GAL (Global Aerospace Logistics) has signed a contract with the UAE Presidential Guard Command to enhance the latter’s technology infrastructure, in a deal worth $65 million.