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Middle East AI News

March 11 · Issue #57 · View online

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


Good morning,
Here’s your roundup of Middle East AI News!
Iris biometrics allow travelers can breeze through Dubai airport passport control within seconds; Qatar’s Umm Al Houl desalination plant’s AI project; ADNOC’s STEM learning management portal; and Indian entertainment platform Eros Now collaborates with Google to provide automated Arabic subtitles for its streaming movies.
Scroll down for these and more stories from around the region.
Stay safe and have a great weekend!
/Carrington

Smart Cities
At Dubai airport, travelers' eyes become their passports At Dubai airport, travelers' eyes become their passports
Hong Kong group Wai Hung seals deal to create 1 million parking spaces across Middle East
Digital DEWA, du enter strategic partnership to drive digital transformation
Construction
ACCIONA to use AI to lower the carbon footprint of the Umm Al Houl Seawater Reverse Osmosis plant
Telecom
Saudi Telecom Company opts for Ericsson managed services
Education
39,000 kids pick up Stem skills in online initiative
Qatar Scientific Club launches Virtual Innovation Lab on March 14
Entertainment
Google Cloud's brings AI-powered Arabic language subtitles to Eros Now movie streaming Google Cloud's brings AI-powered Arabic language subtitles to Eros Now movie streaming
Events
QCRI to hold seventh annual machine learning and data analytics symposium
Smart Cities Global Network webinar gathers experts from Dubai and Canada
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