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Middle East AI News

April 29 · Issue #64 · 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!
A number of commercial news stories in this week’s newsletter, with two significant new partnerships announced in the region’s smart cities sector. Meanwhile, Sharjah Police publicises its use of facial recognition in police drones.
Scroll to the end of the newsletter for a couple of interesting articles on drones in the defence sector. I can also recommend the overview on the UAE’s national artificial intelligence strategy delivered by the country’s Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, H.E. Omar Sultan AlOlama (14 min, video).
Stay safe and have a great weekend!

Sharjah Police drones use facial recognition technology to identify wanted criminals Sharjah Police drones use facial recognition technology to identify wanted criminals
UAE rolls out latest Artificial Intelligence Programme to upskill nationals
Smart Cities
How Saudi Arabia's AI-powered NEOM megacity will actually be built
Schneider Electric and NXN partner to support smart cities
Terminus Group and Injazat announce smart city partnership
Muscat to open first IoT-powered cashless store
Quara Holding brings mobile robotics to Saudi Arabia
AI Policy
Kuwait chairs international meeting of experts on the ethics of artificial intelligence at UNESCO
UAE National AI Strategy
Video: UAE Strategy for Artificial Intelligence 2031 Video: UAE Strategy for Artificial Intelligence 2031
China’s surprising drone sales in the Middle East
Counter-drone director talks testing in Saudi Arabia and regional expansion
Explosive-laden 'drone' boat targets Saudi Port of Yanbu
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