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Thirty global startups have secured their spot in the Dubai Centre for Artificial Intelligence’s (DCAI) Accelerator Programs and will develop their innovative AI solutions during the 8-week program, according to an official statement.

Since its launch by the Dubai Future Foundation earlier this year, 615 startups from 55 countries have applied for the programs that provide advanced technology startups and entrepreneurs with an opportunity to develop AI uses and applications in the government and media sectors at AREA 2071.

The accelerator, the first of its kind, was developed in cooperation between DCAI and Dubai Future Accelerators, one of Dubai Future Foundation’s (DFF) initiatives.

Saeed Al Falasi, Director of DCAI, said, “The DCAI Accelerator Programs supports the government sector in Dubai by developing new projects and finding innovative solutions to current and future challenges. This global initiative empowers startups and entrepreneurs from around the world, enhancing Dubai’s leadership in employing future technology to keep pace with rapid changes in various sectors.”

“This program has global significance and has received international interest. It represents an innovative model through which Dubai aims to attract technology companies to work with government agencies to harness AI tools for shaping the future of governance and enhancing quality of life for all,” added Al Falasi.

The DCAI Accelerator is split into two programs: the Future of Generative AI in Government Services and the Future of Generative AI in Media and Communications.

The Future of Generative AI in Government Services Program aims to make Dubai a global leader in government services, achieving the highest levels of speed, quality and efficiency through technology.

Also read: Dubai Readies Taskforce for AI to Transform Government Operations

The program focuses on refining existing services, creating new and innovative services, enhancing operational efficiency, and enabling government employees to use generative AI tools to increase productivity and ensure everyone, anywhere, can access services.

The Future of Generative AI in Media and Communications Program focuses on cooperating with international AI startups to employ the latest media content creation practices, streamline distribution, maximize reach, tailor user experiences, reduce costs, improve quality and income, and apply AI for data analysis and strategic planning, as well as helping advertisers maximize their return on investment and personalize ads using AI.

The DCAI Accelerator Programs offers entrepreneurs an opportunity to enhance the growth of their businesses and expand their reach in new sectors and markets locally, regionally and globally. Entrepreneurs also have the opportunity to work with government entities and connect with experts and specialists in various future sectors in the UAE and around the world.

The projects will be evaluated by a specialized committee that includes experts in AI applications. Successful applicants will be invited to Dubai to work closely with government agencies to develop their projects and prepare for their implementation.

Also read: Dubai to Train 1,000 Government Personnel on Advanced AI Tech

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