ADQ launches $300m India fund; New AI degree courses for 2020-2021





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Middle East AI News

May 21 · Issue #16 · View online

Middle East AI News is a weekly news digest covering artificial intelligence news from across the region.

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ADQ (previously Abu Dhabi Holding Company) has been confirmed as the Abu Dhabi entity behind the $300 million India-focused AI fund established by Falcon Edge Capital earlier this year (see Middle East AI News 20 Feb). ADQ announced the new fund this week, which targets emerging tech startups. Funding is contingent on each startup setting up in Masdar City.
Other than the region’s continued buying spree on AI and robotics in the fight against Covid-19, two UAE universities have announced new AI degree programmes for the 2020-2021 academic year. Scroll down for these stories and more.
Have a great weekend!

ADQ launches $300m fund to invest in Asian start-ups ADQ launches $300m fund to invest in Asian start-ups
Dubai Police surveillance cameras to be used to boost Covid-19 detection rates
UAE develops non-invasive rapid laser test that gives results in seconds
Abu Dhabi Police use AI helmets to scan for Covid-19 (Video)
Robots deployed to help Bahrain's frontline workers in virus fight
Post Covid-19 airport travel in Qatar to use AI, robotics
Ajman University now offers MS in Artificial Intelligence
AURAK plans to introduce four new programmes in the fall 2020
How AI can help governments in a post Covid-19 world
Quran AI app
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