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New $272m Dubai tech fund; NEOM launches industrial city, OXAGON

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Middle East AI News

November 18 · Issue #92 · 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!
Some big news this week as a new industrial city project is announced for NEOM and Dubai launched Dubai Future District Fund, a AED 1 billion ($272m) fund of funds to up the emirate’s investments in tech startups.
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Meanwhile, some of you will have noticed that I’ve launched a Linkedin version of Middle East AI News. My Linkedin newsletter differs in two ways from this one 1) you’ll always get this email newsletter first, the Linkedin version will follow later in the morning and 2) I’ll be including a little more comment and context in the Linkedin newsletter. So, this weekly email is best for a quick scan of the news, while the Linkedin version is more of a ‘read’.
Stay safe and have a great weekend!
/Carrington

Startup News
Dubai launches $272m fund to help fund tech startups Dubai launches $272m fund to help fund tech startups
NEOM
OXAGON, the world’s largest floating industrial complex
Autonomous Vehicles
Ajman's self-driving shuttle bus hits the road
SAMA adopts first insurance product for autonomous vehicles
Data Centres
Saudi Telecom Co. to build extra data centres in $400m investment push
Education
CNA-Q concludes robotic training
Smart Cities
Makkah's Grand Mosque launches new AI robot guides that speak 11 languages
Robots help residents get a UAE driving licence
Etihad Cargo to deploy AI-powered airfreight loading
Dubai Airshow 2021
EDGE unveils new additions to its portfolio of reconnaissance and combat unmanned aerial vehicles
UAE tests drones for fighting fires and delivering drugs at Dubai Airshow
AI Diplomacy
Serbia and UAE agree establishment of “AI Bridge” for constant exchange of staff
Digital Economy
GCC countries' fastest growing in Strategy&'s Digital Economy Index; digital growth could add $255bn to GDP
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