GITEX Global Leaders Vision: UAE’s coding ambitions, Dubai Police’s tech projects, Dubai Government’s last Paper Transaction

GITEX GLOBAL LEADERS VISION at Dubai World Trade Centre, His Excellency Omar Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for AI, Digital Economy, and Remote Work Applications, highlighted and discussed plans for the UAE’s Coders’ Society.

10 bizarre tech gadgets from around the world that you probably didn’t know existed

Technological advances are occurring at a rapid pace; some are bizarre and wonderful, while others are quite beneficial and have the potential to transform our lives. There are many unique gadgets and gizmos around the world that we’ve been on the hunt for.

Security is fueling the connected and autonomous vehicle experience

To start, the production and manufacturing of vehicles needs to be protected, especially as operational technology and information technology convergence becomes the norm. Challenge is that many legacy OT systems cannot afford any downtime and are highly sensitive to any disruption; many systems are irregularly and infrequently patched. That results, OT systems often lack consistent protection or single-lens visibility.

The smart shield to detect child abuse wins James Dyson Award 2021

Shield is the brainchild of Ajman University students Shamma Alaryani, Somaya Samra, Wessam Shehieb, Marwa Alshouli, and Bashayer Alasfour, they were encouraged to enter the competition after realizing the vital need for awareness of the subject.

Follow these 7 steps to stay safe & secure on Twitter

If you have location information enabled, Twitter allows you to selectively add this information to your tweets. “This allows Twitter to collect, store, and use your precise location, such as GPS information,” reads the description of the feature. It bears mentioning that this form of oversharing data could prove to be dangerous.