Smart technologies are as important for the poor as they are for the hugely rich, according to a panel discussion held at the World Government Summit yesterday.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has launched 26 projects to be undertaken by 24 Dubai Government entities …
Kim discussed the need for countries to invest in education and awareness around the fact that jobs of the future will be very different to those of today. In the Middle East alone, he claims, 150 million people will leave the workforce by 2050, but an additional 450 million will join.
It’s called “Yeti,” and it’s the code name attached to an intriguing rumour about Google’s gaming ambitions that emerged this week.
The leak, which was first reported by Motherboard, was for an iOS process named “iBoot.”
Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority (RTA), in cooperation with Next Future Transportation, launched the first tests of the “world’s first” autonomous pods today, on the sidelines of the World Government Summit.
The UAE has ranked third in an analysis of Islamic Fintech start-ups, according to a survey issued today by Bloomberg Intelligence.
As part of the agreement, Uber is giving a 0.34% stake of the company to Waymo, and has also agreed not to use Waymo’s technology in its self-driving cars, though it maintains it never did.
The sixth edition of the World Government Summit (WGS 2018) gets underway today, featuring more than 130 speakers across 120 interactive sessions and over 4,000 participants from 140 countries.
Franco Fenoglio, Head of Human Spaceflight & Transportation Unit at Thales Alenia Space, has emphasised why effective communication with Mars is important to facilitate how human beings will live and work in space.