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September 30 · Issue #86 · 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!
Lots of news to share today, including some great startup stories: Arabic AI voice startup Xina AI’s Seed funding; Eureka AI’s move to Abu Dhabi, new smart glasses for the blind and visually impaired from Amal Glass; and Canadian AI cleantech startup BluWave-ai’s partnership with Dubai Taxi.
Meanwhile, with Expo 2020 Dubai starting tomorrow, official robotics sponsor Terminus Group and Talabat have announced that robots will be used for food deliveries at the expo site. Terminus also officially opened its MENA headquarters in Dubai. Scroll down for these stories and more.
Stay safe and have a great weekend!
/Carrington

Startup News
Jordan-based Arabic interactive AI voice platform Xina AI raises $1m for expansion Jordan-based Arabic interactive AI voice platform Xina AI raises $1m for expansion
ADIO brings Eureka AI to Abu Dhabi
Amal Glass launches version 2 of smart glasses for the blind and visually impaired
Investment
KAUST joins VCPEA to support Saudi deep tech ventures
Digital Policy
Saudi Digital Government Authority announces new Digital Government Policy
Healthcare
NYU researchers develop new AI tool to improve accuracy of breast cancer detection
Transport
Dubai Taxi plans AI-enabled fleet electrification
Robotics
Three day UAE National Robot Olympiad competition kicks-off from October 1
Abu Dhabi’s ASPIRE launches $3 million-plus MBZIRC Maritime Grand Challenge
Expo 2020 Dubai
Expo 2020 robotics sponsor Terminus Group inaugurates MENA headquarters in Dubai
Expo 2020: Talabat and Terminus Group to use robots to deliver food at the event
Agtech
Egypt automates wheat silos processes using IBM AI-powered software Egypt automates wheat silos processes using IBM AI-powered software
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