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  • In response to this growing crisis, many agencies and entities are turning to AI and related technologies for support in unique and innovative ways.
  • The UAE has the will and uses all the possible resources to protect each and every individual in the country, regardless of the person's nationality, race or gender.
  • Enova ROBOTICS

    02 Apr 2020
    Controlled remotely from the Interior Ministry's Command & Control room, P-Guard robots assist tunisian police in law enforcement and peacekeeping during this period of crisis.
  • According to the Ministry of Health, 176,000 people have so far used the “Mawid” application to check whether or not they may have contracted the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
  • Human trials will begin imminently – but even if they go well and a cure is found, there are many barriers before global immunisation is feasible
  • The biggest opportunity for cyber attackers with this outbreak has nothing to do with technology, but with how humans change their behavior and patterns in response to the crisis.
  • The fear of touching public surfaces sparked by the Covid -19 outbreak is spurring a shift from fingerprint sensors to facial recognition systems.
  • As COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, health professionals, analysts, and decision-makers are faced with the challenge of answering the unknowns.
  • Dubai Police have activated radars to monitor motorists violation quarantine measures during the National Sterilisation Program.
  • Governments around the world are using technology to track the coronavirus outbreak as they race to stem its spread.
  • Suddenly Facebook and Twitter were prominently featuring links to high-quality information from the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization.
  • Ras Al Khaimah: Police in Ras Al Khaimah are delivering messages by loud speaker telling residents to stay home and only step out when necessary.
  • From electronic fences in Taiwan to mobile alerts in Israel, countries are finding creative ways to monitor the outbreak
  • SEOUL, South Korea — It took Thomas Streetman two hours to walk out his front door, take a cab to the public health center, get tested for the coronavirus and make it back to his apartment.
  • Police in the country are using drones and security patrols to disseminate the critical message of avoiding public spaces, to fight the spread of Covid-19.
  • More cases of the COVID-19, which was first detected in China's Wuhan city of the Hubei province, have now been confirmed outside the country than within.
  • Organizations without heightened preparedness could experience breaches, exfiltration of financial or business data, broad disruption of productivity, and ransomware.
  • Malls and supermarkets across the UAE are using airport-style thermal scanners to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
  • Abu Dhabi, March 8, 2020 Like all of you, we have carefully monitored the global health crisis related to coronavirus (COVID-19). It’s imperative that we prioritise the health and safety of everyone i ...
  • DUBAI, 15th January 2020, 2020 (WAM) -- The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, TRA, announced the opening of registration for the UAE Hackathon "Data for Happiness and Wellbeing" edition, organi ...

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