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RiyadhSaudi Arabia, September 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — A group of AI graduate students from several prestigious international universities have concluded their participation in the second edition of the World Summit on Artificial Intelligence, which ended yesterday in Riyadh; they visited the Masmak Palace in the center of Riyadh to learn about the history of the capital.
The students, representing six countries, were accompanied by several Saudi scholarship students from the same field of specialization. Their participation was part of the knowledge exchange initiative launched by the SDAIA welcoming 19 male and female students from various nationalities, including the United States, United Kingdom, India, Jordan, Algeria, Korea of the South and Nigeria, and prestigious universities and institutes such as the University of the Sorbonne ParisUniversity of Oxford, University College London, University of Durham, University of Nottingham, University of Sussex in the United Kingdom, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States and King’s College London.
Through this initiative, the SDAIA sought to attract international talent in artificial intelligence and increase the role of bright youth, as part of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 plan to lead them into the future of artificial intelligence in the world. across the kingdom, region and the world.
On this occasion, the president of the SDAIA, Abdullah Al-Ghamdiexplained that the knowledge exchange initiative had several advantages, including encouraging visiting students to engage in knowledge exchange dialogues to explore possibilities for future cooperation; it is also a question of informing them of the kingdom’s innovation efforts in terms of data, artificial intelligence and for the future of the sector during a trip that Saudi students will take with their peers from international universities. .
He pointed out that the SDAIA is seeking through this initiative to build quality partnerships to support data and artificial intelligence efforts and attract global skills to the kingdom, adding that the initiative contributes to enhancing the prominent role of the Saudi youth and engage them in a real dialogue that develops their spirit of leadership and illustrates their knowledge. Abdullah Al-Ghamdi said this would strengthen the kingdom’s position on data and artificial intelligence, noting that the initiative provides an opportunity to exchange knowledge and explore possibilities for cooperation through constructive dialogue that brings together young Saudis and foreign graduate students.
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