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UAE uses artificial intelligence to accelerate digital transformation in various fields


Omar bin Sultan Al-Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, Director-General of the Prime Minister’s Office and Chairman of the UAE Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain His Highness Zayed Al Nahyan and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to embrace artificial intelligence (AI) solutions in all fields and tools aimed at accelerating digital transformation processes and enriched performance standards ultimately enhance readiness and competitiveness at the UAE Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain Council meeting held at the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure in Dubai.

Council members present at the meeting included Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Director-General of the Sharjah Government’s E-Government Department, Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Saif al- Sharqi, Head of Fujairah e-Government Younis Haji Al Khoori, Deputy Minister of Finance, Abdullah Al Saleh, Deputy Minister of Economy Dr. Mohammed Salim Al Olama, Deputy Minister of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) Sharif Salim Dr. Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al Mualla, Undersecretary for Energy and Petroleum Affairs, Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, Al-Olama; Majed Sultan Al Mesmar, Undersecretary, Academic Affairs, Ministry of Education; Director General, Telecommunications Mohammed bin Talia, Director, UAE Government Services (Mohammed bin Taliah), HE Hanan Mansour Ahli, Director, Federal Competition and Statistics Center (FCSC), Mohammed Abdul Hami, Director, Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA), UAE Dr. Mohammed Abdul Hamid Al Askar, Director General, Abu Dhabi Digital Authority Hamad Obaid Al Mansouri, Director General, Dubai Digital Authority, Ohood Dr. Ali Abdullah Al Shuhail, Director General, Ajman Digital Government, Ahmed bin Saeed Al Sayah, General Manager, Ras Al Khaimah E-Government Authority, Dubai Digital Authority and Khalid Sultan Al Shamsi, General Manager, Umm Al Quwain E-Government Department.

Al-Alama said that the UAE government attaches great importance to keeping pace with global development and actively responds to opportunities and challenges. This commitment entails fostering collaboration between different government entities with the overall aim of accelerating the UAE’s digital transformation. By adopting digital best practices and harnessing the potential of technology, the UAE aims to create new opportunities and design innovative models to lay the foundations for a sustainable economy.

The UAE AI and Blockchain Council is currently focusing on launching the second phase of work aimed at using AI in government entities through AI initiatives, developing AI systems, and improving the UAE’s performance in priority areas through the development of AI systems. Competitiveness. AI-driven customer service that can help improve wellbeing, improve performance and create an effective legislative and regulatory environment.

During the meeting, the Energy Commission reviewed the project workflow and reviewed the workflow of the unified data platform and the centralization of federal and local authorities under one platform.

The Transport and Logistics Committee also reviewed the development and research of the autonomous vehicle project, which will transform the transportation industry, while the Foreign Trade Committee discussed the mechanics of the UAE Foreign Trade Smart Initiative, a data platform incorporating artificial intelligence capabilities, considering Data security concerns, predicting the future of the trade sector.

The meeting discussed the challenges associated with data sharing and emphasized the importance of a unified effort to share data securely. The meeting also highlighted the importance of harmonizing specific initiatives in the fields of environment and sustainable development in line with the 2023 Year of Sustainable Development proclaimed by His Highness President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

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