Sophia, the world’s first humanoid robot citizen, is set to speak at a specialised professional forum of internal auditors in Dubai.
Nutanix gears up to host enterprise cloud conference in Saudi Arabia
Nutanix has announced that it will host its annual .NEXT on Tour with the theme ‘Invisible Clouds, Visible IT’ at the Fairmont Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 18th November 2019.
GITEX 2019 to spotlight synergy between human and technology
The region’s annual mega tech events – GITEX Technology Week and GITEX Future Stars – are back and will once again define the innovative ways that advanced technologies and the new generation will reshape the world.
David Hanson: can machines become human?
David Hanson has embarked on a mammoth task – building machines that are as human as human beings themselves.
Egypt wants its own robot citizen: Bloomberg
Egypt is reportedly planning to build its own version of Sophia, the robot that was granted Saudi citizenship to dramatise the kingdom’s plan to build a $500 billion futuristic city.
Robots and humans can make travel experiences more efficient: Sophia
Etihad Airways has introduced Humanoid Robot Sophia to the UAE as its spokesperson for the future of innovation and technology in aviation at ATM.
Saudi Arabia commits to build a digital future, says minister
Saudi Arabia’s Minister for Communications and Information Technology has outlined the Kingdom’s digital vision as part of the country’s participation …
Saudi official: Robots will take over industrial jobs
Omar Al-Batati, Governor of Job Creation and Employment Commission, Saudi Arabia, has recently highlighted that a number of industrial jobs will inevitably be displaced by robots.
Knowledge Summit 2017: Sophia, Jordan PM & progress
Organised by the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation, the fourth annual Knowledge Summit discussed the ways that the …
Will robots really spell ‘sweet dreams’ for humanity?
Following Atlas’ acrobatics act, Musk said “This is nothing. In a few years, that bot will move so fast you’ll need a strobe light to see it. Sweet dreams.”