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Qatar Computing Research Institute Scientist Named IEEE Fellow

Qatar Computing Research Institute Scientist Named IEEE Fellow

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MOTC Announces Qatar’s National Artificial Intelligence Strategy Developed by HBKU’s QCRI

MOTC Announces Qatar’s National Artificial Intelligence Strategy Developed by HBKU’s QCRI

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How Qatar plans to become a global leader in artificial intelligence

How Qatar plans to become a global leader in artificial intelligence

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QCRI to Sponsor MIT SciTech 2019

QCRI to Sponsor MIT SciTech 2019

Annual student-led event promotes science, technology, and innovation in MENA region

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data analysis and artificial intelligence

QCRI and iMMAP announce Memorandum of Understanding

Pact aims to apply data analysis and artificial intelligence techniques to solve humanitarian problems.

UNDP partners with QCRI to use AI for social good

UNDP partners with QCRI to use AI for social good

Qatar Forum on leveraging AI to solve humanitarian problems fills to capacity.

Global experts in artificial intelligence for transportation to visit Qatar for TASMU-QCAI workshop

Global experts in artificial intelligence for transportation to visit Qatar for TASMU-QCAI workshop

Urban computing experts from Europe, the US and Qatar are to discuss state-of-the-art advances in artificial intelligence for transportation with local stakeholders.

dr ahmed elmagarmid

"Computing has brought disruptive innovation to our daily lives - transforming the way we interact with each other, enabling new discoveries and accelerating development of global society. At QCRI we have created a vibrant research environment that facilitates this progression and that positions Qatar as a leader in advancing research and technology."

Dr. Ahmed Elmagarmid
QCRI Executive Director

Hamad Bin Khalifa University

"We are building a new model for research in the region through QCRI – one that not only stimulates a vibrant research environment but more notably one that has relevance and impact local with global appeal."

Dr. Abdellatif Saoudi
QCRI Managing Director

Many congrats to Aisha Mohamed, Research Assistant-QCRI for winning the Best Scientific Content Award at the NewInML forum organized by NeurIPS 2019 in Vancouver early this month, for her paper "Popularity Agnostic Evaluation of Knowledge Graph Embeddings" @HBKU @QF #NeurIPS2019

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Basma Boussaha of @UnivNantes is speaking at #mldas on "Next Utterance Ranking based on Content Response Similarity https://t.co/44WSZDyA88

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@QatarComputing2 years ago

QCRI's @JisunAn: "While gender and race detection work relatively well, age detection needs more work." #mldas 2018 https://t.co/Af3lal1MTD

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@QatarComputing2 years ago

Qcri's @JisunAn talks about the opportunities and pitfalls of face detection technology at #mldas 2018 https://t.co/ASEYfXcUby

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@QatarComputing2 years ago

This afternoon at #mldas @NorthwesternU'sLarry Birnbaum shows how to make data meaningful to people through stories. https://t.co/DgChG9QdFE

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