Dubai: The National Program for Artificial Intelligence, in collaboration with the National Program for Coders, has launched the fifth edition of the UAE AI Camp, a five-day camp that aims to empower new generations with advanced technology, tools, and skills in artificial intelligence.
The camp targets school and university students, as well as various groups of society. It addresses six cutting-edge themes, including web development and robotics, digital entrepreneurship and career planning, generative artificial intelligence, online safety and cybersecurity, blockchain and cryptocurrency, and virtual and augmented reality through interactive workshops, webinars, and deep dialogues in the field of artificial intelligence.
Mr. Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy, and Remote Work Applications and Director-General of the Prime Minister’s Office, stated that the UAE government, led by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai, is keen to on fostering a generation empowered with cutting-edge technology and artificial intelligence, enabling them to actively contribute to creating a sustainable digital economy while bolstering the nation’s leadership and readiness for the future.
Mr. Al Olama noted that the aspiration of youth from diverse age groups and segments of society to acquire digital skills signifies the remarkable achievements of the UAE AI Camp in its previous editions. He emphasised the significance of integrating the efforts of both the government and private sector, alongside leading international companies in the field of artificial intelligence.
The UAE AI Camp will continue until the beginning of August 2023. It aims to explore the field of artificial intelligence and digital technologies, shaping the future of technology and digital life through awareness workshops.