A new study from Juniper Research forecasts that future sports technologies, including professional sports wearables, in-game monitoring and the rapidly growing eSports channel, will see annual spend reach $3.4 billion by 2023.
UAE AI Minister Omar Sultan Al Olama commended government entities and private corporations on their harmonised efforts in contributing to the status of the country as a pioneer in the field of innovative artificial intelligence technologies.
Dubai Sports Council (DSC) has introduced a new project aimed at developing the sports sector under the umbrella of the Dubai 10X initiative.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) has announced its plans to introduce Virtual Reality (VR) rehabilitation in physiotherapy for stroke patients and other patients suffering from balance disorder.
Set to take place on Monday 17th September 2018 at the Habtoor Grand Resort and Spa in Dubai Marina, Power of 4 will explore the challenges and opportunities that organisations will face in this new digital era of human-machine collaboration.
Dubai aims to utilise artificial intelligence (AI) to help volunteers identify patients’ emergency cases and guide them through the necessary procedures to help save their lives while waiting for the ambulance, thus transforming every resident into a potential lifesaver.
Intel has recently launched “The Intel AI Challenge for the Olympic Games” as a call for ideas from the developer community on how artificial intelligence can help to enhance the world’s largest sporting event.
Etisalat Digital has announced that it has signed strategic partnerships with four scale-ups as part of the ‘Dubai Future Accelerators Program,’ the world’s largest government supported accelerator.
VR Sports, the first all-sports virtual reality arcade in the country, located in the state-of-the-art Virtual Reality Theme Park in Dubai Mall, was launched by the international innovative digital agency, ARkub Interactive.
Tahawul Tech visited Microsoft HQ in London this week, to learn more about the impact that mixed reality is having on healthcare and construction.
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