The company Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (du) today announced that it is currently working with research institutes at UAE universities, including the University of Dubai, on plans to stimulate the introduction of innovative projects in the artificial intelligence sector based on technologies in the fifth generation network .
"Emirates", in the margins of a press conference held today in Dubai, to announce a list of projects that qualified for the final stage of the competition "Internet and artificial intelligence" that the competition, which is the first of its kind in the country, is aimed at stimulating young talents To express your potential and projects in the field of internet technologies and artificial intelligence.
"The company is working on plans in collaboration with research institutions at universities, including the University of Dubai, to stimulate the introduction of innovative projects in the field of artificial intelligence based on manufacturing network technologies," said Salim Al Baloushi, director of Technology at Emirates Integrated. Telecommunications Company. And high speeds providing support for these projects. "
"The company announced today a list of projects that qualified for the final stage of the competition" Pioneers of the Internet and artificial intelligence ", which was launched in cooperation with the 5th portal of innovation of the UAE, supported by Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority and Dubai Technology Center for Entrepreneurship. The owner of the whole is Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority The competition, the first of its kind at the international level, aims to motivate young talents to express their projects in the field of artificial intelligence and the Internet, promoting compliance by the state with the requirements of the fourth industrial revolution. To create a new generation of innovators and innovators in technology. "
He added that "the jury of the competition received 43 presentations of innovative projects from entrepreneurs and students, in which the Commission initially selected 10 projects, and then was nominated to six of them to go to the second round after the interview and evaluate the idea of the project carried out in May last year included "Intelligent waste transfer system, design for the detection of vitamin defects using image processing technology and artificial intelligence and an application project based on artificial intelligence".