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BUiD & Tejari partnership to advance R&D in Dubai
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Jan '08
Companies in the region will come to depend on the use of artificial intelligence in the future, said industry experts at the UAE's first artificial intelligence conference held which opened.

The British University in Dubai (BUiD) in partnership with Tejari, the online marketplace, are organizers of the unique artificial intelligence and information technology programme to all regional IT professionals.

“We are thrilled with the successful response to the opening of DAMAS, one of the first major events organised by BUiD's Autonomous and Adaptive Systems research group,” said Dr. Abdullah Alshamsi, Vice Chancellor of BUiD.

“The key DAMAS objective is to enable a wide range of local IT professionals to collaborate in an innovative learning environment, outside their regular places of work.”

BUiD and Tejari cooperated throughout 2007 to advance research and development (R&D) in Dubai and the UAE, by using applied game-theory to chart to assess the behaviour of actual markets. The joint work around DAMAS extends the partnership to new levels of collaboration.

“The launch marks the latest phase of a grand design to complement the Dubai government's objectives of transforming the Emirate's knowledge economy within the next decade,” according to conference organiser Dr. Iyad Rahwan, MSc Information Technology Programme Coordinator, The British University in Dubai.”

“This initiative is taken in support of the University's decision to create an intellectual environment that can meet the needs of enterprise in the region.”


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