Around 2000 participants from over 120 countries around the world attended the Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Good Global Summit in Switzerland between May 28-31 to discuss the latest innovations in AI and how they could be utilized to combat pressing global issues.
Reports and Coverage
The police on Wednesday, May 29 warned members of the public in Singapore of a new variant of scams involving the takeover of WhatsApp accounts.
By Hicham Saoud, head of e-government practice and Claire Khoury, marketing & communication director at Sofrecom
All around the world, 193 UN member states keep developing digital transformation investment programs to optimize the costs of their public sector, reform their administrative processes and improve the quality as well as the efficiency of their service provided to the users. They develop dematerialized public services mainly in the fields of e-education, e-employment, e-health, e-environment and social e-protection.
Kingston Digital Europe Co LLP, the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., recently held an awareness session on data security best practices at Emirates College of Technology (ECT), in Abu Dhabi.
BeyondTrust’s annual Privileged Access Threat Report highlights that greater privileged access visibility and improved integrations are vital to tackling the modern threat landscape.
In light of Egypt’s preparation of the national strategy for AI, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat has received Ambassador of Finland to Egypt Laura Kansikas-Debraise, where they discussed enhancing cooperation in Artificial Intelligence (AI).
By Dr. Mansoor Anwar Habib, Head of Happiness & Tolerance, du
Corporate environments across the UAE are undergoing a fundamental change. As the world shifts to embrace unity, champion diversity and empower people from all walks of life, the need to incorporate these values in the workplace is becoming essential.
At the Huawei ICT Competition 2018-2019 Global Finale, teams from Lebanon, Bahrain, Iraq and Pakistan among participants from 30 countries exchanged ideas on the future of the ICT industry.
By An Jian, president of Carrier Networks Business Group, Huawei Middle East
By: Dr. Daniel Diemers, Partner, PwC Strategy& Switzerland, Jad Hajj, Partner and Imad Atwi and Ramzi Khoury, Principals with Strategy& ME, part of the PwC network
Blockchain has the power to transform the public and private sectors, with significant effects on the national economy. For telecom operators in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), leading and facilitating that change presents a major opportunity.