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Middle East AI News

June 24 · Issue #72 · View online

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


Good morning,
Here’s your weekly roundup of Middle East AI News!
It has been an interesting week! Ajman University is stepping up R&D efforts with the launch of five new research centres focused on emerging tech; Sharjah prisons look to AI and facial recognition to manage prison violence; Alexa on campus is helping Bahraini students; and why more UAE women should be encourage to study STEM.
Also, the new Neuro Spinal Hospital and Radiosurgery Centre at Dubai Science Park includes the UAE’s first robotic cyberknife and radiosurgery centre. Scroll down for these stories and more!
Stay safe and have a great weekend!
/Carrington

R&D
Ajman University launches five new research centers to advance research in emerging tech Ajman University launches five new research centers to advance research in emerging tech
Fintech
UAE to house consumer banking marketplace powered by AI
NLP
RTA develops AI-powered search engine for Arabic / English legal knowledge
Facial Recognition
Sharjah prisons use AI to pre-empt unnatural behaviour by inmates
Healthcare
AED 700 million next-generation Neuro Spinal Hospital opens in Dubai Science Park
Environment
Abu Dhabi Department of Energy launches smart 'Wastewater Monitoring Lab'
Education
Bahrain university uses Alexa on campus
AI Diplomacy
Saudi Arabia commits to AI, industrial revolution in meet with Italian experts
Opinion
One easy way to strengthen the Abraham Accords? Artificial intelligence One easy way to strengthen the Abraham Accords? Artificial intelligence
Why we need to encourage young Emirati women to take up Stem subjects
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