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Dubai Municipality, RTA join 'AI Code Hub'

Friday, 04 02 2021, Category: Technology, Country: U.A.E
The National Programme for Artificial Intelligence announced that Dubai Municipality and the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) have joined the AI software platform "AI Code Hub".

The initiative aims to promote exchange of knowledge and technological expertise and avail open-source software to all programmers, developers and experts working in the field of programming and AI, and enhance the efficiency of government, private and academic entities in the UAE and worldwide.

Omar Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, stated that sharing resources and expertise with government, private, academic and research entities in the UAE is an important pillar for accelerating the achievement of future goals.

This shall contribute to boosting technological R&D and supporting data collection and analysis processes, thus encouraging national and international expertise to develop open-source projects and support the UAE's leadership in the field of AI.

He added that "AI Code Hub" works as an important reference for anyone wishing to develop AI-specialised projects leveraging open-source software and successful experiences in providing innovative solutions, while saving time, costs and effort. He called upon all programmers, developers, government and private entities to share their software projects on the platform and spread the benefit in this vital field.

Source: Emirates News Agency
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