Robotics ideas to benefit humanity sought in m UAE competition

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum at the competition launch. Image: uae4goodawards/instagram The first UAE Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Awards for Good aim to encourage research and development to meet challenges in the health, education and social services sectors. But less than two weeks remain to enter the contest, where individuals, teams, universities and companies from around the world can all compete for £1m in prize money.The Robotics for Good Awards follow the UAE’s successful 2014 Drones for Good competition and were launched earlier this year by the Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is also chairman of the Dubai Executive Council. “The UAE’s journey in innovation is gaining a national momentum every day,” he said. “We are confident of our abilities and…


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