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VR/AR in Middle East: Adapting to an enhanced commercial landscape

Sarah Rizvi
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While still in the mostly experimental phase, VR and AR projects are growing in size, scope and ambition across an increasingly broad commercial, educational and social spectrum. In the Middle East, changing attitudes towards technology and a more willing, innovative, smart city culture of fostering tech startups could put the region in the ideal position to benefit from these game-changing concepts.

Early adoption of AI

Sarah Rizvi
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Artificial Intelligence is a fairly a new technology for most companies in the Middle East. With Dubai creating its Artificial Intelligence lab and roadmap to lead the city to His Highness’s vision of 10X and a Smart City, there has been significant interest in the field of Artificial Intelligence and its related elements.

Cisco Intersight platform

Sarah Rizvi
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Cisco Intersight simplifies data center operations by delivering systems management as-a-service, alleviating the need to maintain islands of on-premise management infrastructure.

Infographics: UAE Consumers Rank High in Appetite for Artificial Intelligence

Chris N. Fernando
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According to Accenture’s survey, UAE consumers are ahead of global averages in readiness to adopt AI powered devices and services. Half of them (51%) think they are “cool”. An impressive 73 % of consumers currently use or are interested in using the voice-enabled digital assistant in their smartphone, PC or other devices. Such usage is a positive signal for this category as it represents a much more enthusiastic adoption pattern than many new product categories recently released. Check out the […]

The IoT botnet Mirai

Sarah Rizvi
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The McAfee Labs Threats Report: April 2017, details the challenges facing threat intelligence sharing efforts, probes the architecture and inner workings of Mirai botnets, assesses reported attacks across industries, and reveals growth trends in malware, ransomware, mobile malware and other threats in Q4 2016.