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AI-enabled education is set to be the next big thing in the UAE

The National 11 Dec 2020
Renowned professor to lead Abu Dhabi's pioneering artificial intelligence university ... Abu Dhabi's AI university launches online lecture series open to the public. More than 1,000 students apply for places at world's first artificial intelligence university in Abu Dhabi.
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Abu Dhabi to get free international coding and computer programming school in 2021

Gulf News 02 Sep 2020
42 Abu Dhabi is an outcome of that shared ambition,” said Khaldoon Al Mubarak, chairman ... In Abu Dhabi, we have found the perfect partner to expand our mission and values to a new world of coders across the Arabian Gulf,” said Sophie Viger, chief executive officer at the 42 Network.
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Abu Dhabi embraces the future with plans to launch first coding school

Arabian Business 02 Sep 2020
42 Abu Dhabi is an outcome of that shared ambition," said Khaldoon Al Mubarak, chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Affairs Authority, and co-chair of the UAE-France Strategic Dialogue ... "In Abu Dhabi, we have found the perfect partner to expand our mission and values to a new world of coders across the Arabian Gulf.".
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EIBFS sets up e-learning platform for finance professionals

The National 24 Jun 2020
EIBFS offers education and training programmes, including diplomas and bachelor degrees in banking and finance, at its campuses in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. Read More. Coders in demand as big banks begin hiring. LinkedIn data shows ‘optimism’ for UAE labour market recovery with IT most in demand ... .
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EIBFS rolls out e-learning platform for finance professionals

The National 24 Jun 2020
EIBFS offers education and training programmes, including diplomas and bachelor degrees in banking and finance, at its campuses in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. Read More. Coders in demand as big banks begin hiring. LinkedIn data shows ‘optimism’ for UAE labour market recovery with IT most in demand ... .
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Abu Dhabi Investment Office allocates Dh60m to region's tech start-ups

The National 22 Jan 2020
The Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) invested over Dh60 million in several start-ups and a fund manager via its ventures fund. The company invested in technology firms Securrency, Trukker, Sarwa, YACOB and Okadoc — all of which are either based in Abu Dhabi or are expanding into the emirate.
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