EUI will be the first university in Middle East and Africa region to specialise in information and communications technology
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Talaat pointed out that an ambitious programme for capacity-building has been launched with the aim of providing knowledge of artificial intelligence to all segments of society. As part of this, a comprehensive programme will be launched to educate all government employees on the uses of AI, to make government operations more efficient and transparent.
The initiative was set up and launched by the Digital Economy Division at the Cairo Chambers of Commerce, in cooperation with the Ministry of Public Enterprises Sectors.
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The quality tests were conducted at nearly 81 cities and neighbourhoods, covering nearly 27,000 km of populated areas.
This comes in light of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s ratification of Law No. 151 for 2020 on protection of personal data, after Parliament’s earlier approval.
The committee is to be headed by Amr Moussa, Adviser to Minister of Communications and Information Technology for the Digital Economy and Information Security.
The two entities also agreed to manufacture 50 cars before the end of this year, which include armoured vehicles used in transferring money, as well as cars equipped with ATM machines.
According to the website, Downdetector, which provides real-time user-provided updates on service outages, most of the complaints were related to issues in Facebook’s desktop version.
The MoU signing was witnessed by Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat.
This comes in light of the special circumstances Egypt is going through due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It also takes on board the urgent need to develop companies’ tools and prepare them for the digitalisation, mechanisation, and financial inclusion phase.
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A mobile company source said the increase was applied from the start of July, but some customers renewed their July subscription before this date and paid the previous development fees without the increase.
Unlike prepaid customers, the tax, valued at EGP 8 in total, will be paid by monthly billing customers once a year.
The total number of deals in MENA increased by 2% during H1 of 2020 compared to the same period in 2019.
Acquisition is expected to be closed before November
Mohamed Shadid, CEO of Eitesal, has revealed the virtual meeting’s topics. The most notable of these will be the Egyptian business community’s role in supporting the state in its development goals as part of Vision 2030.
The minister added that the protocol signed on Wednesday will see the launch of the first applied technology school in the academic year 2020/2021. It will also establish an extended partnership between the Ministry of Education and TE.
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The protocol will last for three years, and will see a number of projects implemented, including linking the NEA with relevant bodies to update voter databases, via a secure connection.
Aman has also contracted with nine electricity distribution companies to enable a new digital service for paying electricity bills. This comes in addition to cooperating with Petro Trade to allow customers to pay their bills electronically.
Investments attracted by startups in H1 2020 rose 35% on comparative period in 2019
Sources close to deal expect it will be officially closed by November
Companies such as Samsung, Oppo, Xiaomi have already raised their prices to cover added expenses
According to the report, deposits, cash withdrawals, and transfers were the top three most used services in these transactions by subscribers.
An agency online portal will also be made available and put into operation, to provide electronic services and external link lines to the agency. There will be cooperation agreements for training between the agency and institutions affiliated to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.
The work hours during which outlets can serve customers, came into effect on 28 June, and will run from 9:00 to 21:00. On Fridays, outlets will be open to customers from 12:00 to 21:00.
Okasha submitted his resignation from the Board of Directors of e-payment services company, Fawry, in March, to establish the Disruptech Fund. Fawry is set to be one of the investors in the new fund, which focuses on investments in Egypt with a target budget of $25m.