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Courses available on digital skills learning platform “Maharat min Google”
Google has announced the list of startups for the second cohort of the ‘Google for Startups Accelerator Middle East and North Africa’. The three-month digital accelerator programme is aimed at Seed to Series A technology startups based in the region. The twelve technology startups come from six Arab countries across the automotive, agriculture, fitness, fintech, …
Users can now see planet, including developments in MENA region, in entirely new dimension
Application first established in 2015, and is available in 38 languages throughout 86 countries
Arabic speakers can now find responses if they tell Assistant they are feeling sad, lonely, tired, scared, or angry
Google and Oxford Internet Institute launch guide to AI in Arabic
Programme to help entrepreneurs build, promote their online brands
Google Arts and Culture announced, on Monday, the launch of the “The arts and soul of Mosul”, in collaboration with AlGhad Radio.
In a celebration of Egyptian Archaeologists Day, Google Arts and Culture and the American Research Centre in Egypt (ARCE) announced, last Thursday, the online project entitled “Preserving Egypt’s Layered History” to showcase the depth and diversity of Egypt’s cultural heritage.
Telecom Egypt (TE) has signed an agreement with Google to provide the latter with layer 3 mesh network solution.
Tech giants including Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook could face hefty penalties. Google criticized the draft legislation, saying it targets specific firms.
Programme is designed to boost innovation, digital transformation and planning in the tourism sector
The Google Business Startup Accelerator: Middle East and North Africa was announced in October, as part of the global technology giant’s regional programme “Go Strong with Google”.
The cooperation agreement was signed by ITI head Heba Salih and Matt Britten, President of Google, for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. The signing took place via video conference, and was witnessed by Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat.
Al-Atrash is widely considered one of the Arab world’s greatest performers of his time.
The training programmes are expected to help more than one million companies and individuals learn digital skills and develop their businesses before the end of 2021.
Application launched as many students were left studying at home due to COVID-19 pandemic
The absence of Google workers, along with other tech firms like Facebook and Salesforce, has devastated restaurants and shops in the region
New machine learning tool to decode Egyptian hieroglyphs in Arabic, English
Refugees and internally displaced worldwide face job losses due to pandemic’s restrictions
Tech giant offers support for businesses, relief efforts due to economic hardships
In line with common consumer concerns, user privacy and security remain central to the product’s design. The tech giants’ contribution joins efforts by other software developers who are crafting technical tools to help combat the coronavirus and save lives.
“Today, we’re announcing two new resources to help teachers and students stay connected,” Google said.
Google Assistant will surface answers to these queries, and below the answer, you will have option of “more” on the lower side of the screen, which directs you to main page with details about the 12 women we’re celebrating.
‘Google has mapped as many buildings last year as we did in previous 10,’ says Jen Fitzpatrick
Born in Cairo on 19 January 1914, she was among the first women to graduate from Cairo University’s Faculty of Law and became the premier female attorney in Egypt. Her determined efforts in and out of the courtroom helped forge the path to political equality for Egyptian women.
Google described Ali’s innovations in computational linguistics, as the Arab world’s first step into the Information Age.
The company added, “As much as we enjoy Badriya Tolba’s films and admire the idea, we would like to make sure that nothing changes in the voice guidance properties of Google Maps.”
$1m grant for a digital skills programme
Egyptians use products from Google worth EGP 131bn