DUBAI, Dubai will host EmTech MENA conference on 23rd September, organised by Dubai Future Foundation and Haykal Media.
The two-day conference will focus on three main pillars: information security, artificial intelligence, and future governments. Important subject matter such as future technologies for the generation and storage of energy, the design and management of smart cities, and the applications of nanotechnology will all be covered.
Commenting on the announcement, Khalfan Juma Belhoul, CEO of the Dubai Future Foundation, emphasised the importance of international events hosted in Dubai with the aim of reinforcing scientific knowledge and highlighting the latest innovations. These events offer a unique opportunity for our youth to engage directly with global experts and sharpen their skills in emerging technologies.
He added that EmTech MENA will be an opportunity to share ideas and visions, discover valuable concepts and global trends, and ultimately result in the development of strong global partnerships that utilise emerging technologies in developing the future.
In turn, Dr. Anas Tawileh, Executive Director of EmTech MENA, at Haykal Media, the regional prdublisher of the MIT Technology Review Arabia platform, stated, “The conference aims to offer a modern conception of the latest emerging technologies that will have a great impact on future communities and on our planet. Additionally, the audience will become familiar with the latest global developments in these technologies. To this end, the conference will host the elite among the most famous researchers and technologists from the most important universities and global research centers.
During the conference, the list of “Innovators Under 35” will be revealed. The list aims to shed a light on innovators under the age of 35, and recognise their superb contribuions to finding solutions that have a profound impact on our world. The awards span a wide range of fields including medical technologies, computing, communications, entrepreneurship, energy, media, and internet fields.
Source: Emirates News Agency