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Minister attends Youth Circle meet on City of Future with AI
March 09, 2018
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DUBAI: Shamma Bint Suhail Faris Al Mazrui, Minister of State for Youth Affairs, has presided over the Youth Circle entitled, “City of Future with Artificial Intelligence Technology,” organised by the Applied Sustainability and Renewable Energy Department of Dubai Municipality on Thursday at Dubai Frame.

It was also attended by Khalfan Juma Belhoul, CEO of Dubai Future Foundation, Mohammed Mubarak Al Mutaiwei, Assistant Director General of Dubai Municipality for Communications and Community Affairs, Ahmed Al Badwawi, Director of Applied Sustainability and Renewable Energy Department, Abdullah Khalfan, Director of Legal Affairs Department and Head of National Service Team and members of the Youth Council in the Municipality.

The Minister, who opened the Circle, affirmed that young people in the UAE are highly mature, aware, ready and capable of offering valuable solutions and proactive measures and participate effectively in building the future and the basic objective of the government is building hope, life and future.

Al Mazrui explained that the Youth Circles constitute a platform for positive interaction and aim to hear the voice of Emirati youth in a new and innovative way, which is not defined by the factors of time and place.

“We are delighted to participate in the Youth Circle, which is a meeting place for young people to showcase best practices, discuss key issues, opportunities and challenges and agree on the best solutions and it covers topics and vital priority areas such as sustainability of a future city with artificial intelligence technology,” said Belhoul.

Al Mutaiwei pointed out that the Circle aims to enable young people to participate effectively in building the future and to achieve the development that the Municipality seeks.

“The Circle gives youth an opportunity to express their views and aspirations, and the collective participation in everything that would provide ideas and suggestions that will provide Dubai Municipality with distinctive initiatives, enabling it to achieve its vision and ambitious plans,” he said.

Al Badwawi said that the Youth Circle tackled the challenges that young people may face in the light of artificial intelligence to achieve the sustainability of the future city and what the Municipality can provide to enable youth to lead the sustainability of the future city.


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