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DIFC launches AI and coding licence; Japan brings robot opera to Dubai

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Middle East AI News

March 3 · Issue #107 · View online

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


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Here’s your weekly roundup of Middle East AI News!
However, it’s a relatively quiet news week, perhaps as corporate communicators recognise that much public attention is now focused on Ukraine and so hold back announcements.
DIFC announced a first-of-its-kind business licence this week, for AI and coding. The move is apparently aimed at bringing more software development into the financial centre’s innovation hub.
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Startups
DSO ‘SANDBOX’ programme receives 600 applications DSO ‘SANDBOX’ programme receives 600 applications
Licencing
DIFC announces ground-breaking artificial intelligence and coding license DIFC announces ground-breaking artificial intelligence and coding license
Education
Dubai's Digital School for children launched in five countries
Emirati students unveil robot prototype that could build skyscrapers
Smart Grid
Schneider Electric and Cisco partner to build Egypt's national smart grid
Smart Cities
PIF-backed Tahkom, Dubai Police sign deal for AI, traffic management
Drones
Saudi civil aviation authority links drone permit approvals with state security system
Culture
What to expect from Expo 2020 Dubai's futuristic Android Opera show What to expect from Expo 2020 Dubai's futuristic Android Opera show
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