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UAE - Al Attar seeks to develop algorithms for robots

Saturday, 07 20 2019, Category: Technology, Country: U.A.E
Citizen Ahmed Al-Attar, 25, who is studying for a doctorate in robotics and artificial intelligence at Imperial College London, put his eye on a research lab that says: "It is the largest of its kind. It will be a beacon for artificial intelligence scientists in the country, It represents a series of sequential mathematical steps that contribute to the teaching of robot (intelligent movement), and Arno, because this laboratory brings together a large group of engineers and researchers to carry out a series of research to top the list of best scientific research in the field of robotics and intelligence. Artificial ».

"I participated in April 2018 with my wife, Mitha al-Muhairi, who was also involved at the University of Kings College London, in an interdisciplinary gathering organized by the Dubai Police in London, where we used artificial intelligence to design a device," said Al-Attar, a student in the UK. Intelligent, aimed at informing the police immediately of traffic accidents, without any human intervention, and won the design of the first place in the competition of the Forum for the best intelligent device ».

Al-Attar, a first-year student, notes that his specialization in robotics and artificial intelligence enables him to understand current technology and practice in electronics engineering and its applications in robotics and mechatronics, including digital systems and control systems, and to understand the machine's ability to simulate the human mind and how it works.

Al-Attar says that his dream was influenced by a video of a professor in the United States who taught him "mechanical robots" to walk. The spider was trying his feet just like a toddler. "This was a moment of great change in my life, Because of its great importance that contributed to the development of various sciences, and to provide effective solutions to the problems that are in place ».

To achieve the "dream of life", Attar went on a journey of alienation, which he made in the first stages of his university in 2012, when Canada intended to obtain a degree in electromechanical engineering, followed by the United Kingdom in 2017 to study the Masters in Electronic Engineering and Management, which decided to continue the study PhD, in robotics and artificial intelligence, says: "I lived for at least seven years in exile. I see it as the most beautiful day of my life. I did not have a university degree. I preferred to pursue higher studies and achieved great personal gains. Social, locked up Life experiences with all strength and enthusiasm. Which helped me overcome their difficulties and overcome obstacles and avoid barriers.

Source: Teller Report
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