Government departments, international technology companies to show the latest advances in AI, 5G, cyber security
This year’s Getex Global, the world’s largest technology show, kicks off today (October 17) in Dubai. Local government departments and international technologists will showcase the latest technologies to thousands of visitors during the five-day event.
As the United Arab Emirates prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary, Gatex Global is returning to the 41st edition of the World Trade Center (DWTC) in Dubai from October 17 to 21.
A series of conferences and workshops will also be held alongside the exhibition.
The exhibition combines global innovations in Artificial Intelligence, 5G, Cloud, Big Data, Cyber Security, Blockchain, Quantum Computing, Fintech and Deep Marketing. These themes cover six events – Gitex Global, Ai Everything, Gitex Future Stars, Future Blockchain Summit, Fintech Surge and Marketing Mania – creating an unparalleled global technology scene.
A.D. Gitex Future Stars, one of the world’s largest technology startups in 2021, will host networks of more than 400 international investors and VCs in more than 60 countries and will focus on Fintech’s transformation capabilities. And Blockchain.
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The Gitex Global Visions Summit showcases the vision and digital revolutions of the region’s government leaders regarding the United Arab Emirates’ Golden Jubilee. Every year, Gitex YouthX focuses on bringing new talent to the professional ecosystem.
Interestingly, the TIE Women’s Competition International Final Competition will also be held at Gitex, with women-run businesses competing for cash prizes and mentoring in more than 40 locations.
In addition, most of the local government departments such as Dubai Municipality, Dubai Land Department, Dubai Airports, Roads and Transport Authority and the Dubai Directorate of Housing and Foreign Affairs, as well as several ministries will participate in the five-day exhibition. .