In line with the UAE’s strategy to promote the adoption of futuristic technologies in government work models, the Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications Office has launched a comprehensive guide on the utilization of generative AI applications.

Read more: UAE Launches ‘Generative AI’ Guide for Key Industries

After the much-publicized cancellation of the iconic blue flag, Twitter Head Elon Musk has taken the additional step of renaming the company to “X Corp” to become a single corporate application with multiple functions: electronic payments and ticket booking, and exchange of messages, conversations, and files.

Read more: It’s Official: Twitter Announces Name Change to “X Corp”

The Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) celebrated International Girls in ICT Day, an ITU initiative, under the theme “Digital Skills for Life.” International Girls in ICT Day falls on April 25 of each year and aims to encourage and empower girls and women to choose jobs in the information and communication technology field.

Read more: TDRA Celebrates ‘International Girls in ICT Day’

According to the data released by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the five countries most prepared to use and adopt technologies that are essential to the green tech transition are the United States, Sweden, Singapore, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

Read more: Green Tech Transition: The Countries Most and Least Prepared

Exploring the ongoing hardships of the telecom and ICT sectors in Lebanon, Telecom Review successfully hosted the virtual panel, “The Telecom Sector in Lebanon: From Pioneering to Collapse,” which covered the continuing implications of the crisis for customers as well as the challenges faced by businesses and the sector as a whole.

Read more: Telecom Review Presents Virtual Panel, 'The Telecom Sector in Lebanon: From Pioneering to Collapse'

Transgene, a biotech company that designs and develops virus-based immunotherapies for the treatment of cancer, and NEC Corporation, a leader in IT, network and AI technologies, announced that new data will be presented today on TG4050, an individualized neoantigen cancer vaccine, at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. TG4050 is based on Transgene’s myvac® platform and powered by NEC’s cutting-edge AI capabilities.

Read more: NEC’s AI Powers New Data on Cancer Vaccine

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