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A Bahraini genius in artificial intelligence

Saturday, 11 21 2020, Category: Technology, Country: Bahrain
The star of the young Bahraini, Muhammad Bu Alai, shone among the developers and programmers of the global “Google” company, to be the cause of the Arabs entering the world of artificial intelligence strongly, coinciding with the rapid technological development in recent years, and the global competition in the field of artificial intelligence.

The genius of the Bahraini youth was revealed in his self-learning artificial intelligence at his home in Bahrain, within only 3 years, after he finished his studies at the College of Engineering. During the three years, he became the first Bahraini to obtain a professional Google developer license, and head of the artificial intelligence department in a Bahraini company specializing in smart application programming. He obtained Amazon accredited certificates and a certified artificial intelligence trainer.

The beginning was in 2017 when Qalb Boualai became attached to the field of artificial intelligence, and he began to search for grants and initiatives that would provide him with more knowledge of the world of modern technology, so he kept track of his passion until he reached first place in the Zayed Hackathon competition for the year 2018.

Then he participated in several conferences of artificial intelligence, one of which was the conference on artificial intelligence «ai everything», which is held in the UAE, and from here he began to transform from a local star in his country to global success, after he got acquainted with many experts in the field of artificial intelligence from everywhere In the world.

As for the real starting point, it was during his participation in the “Hajj Hackathon” that was held in Saudi Arabia, which was the first “Hackathon” of its kind in the Middle East. At that time, he managed to set a record in the Guinness Book of Records, being the first person to work for 24 continuous hours in programming.


Source: uaenews.ekumkum.com
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