UAE’s AI Office explores opportunities to accelerate innovation with precision medicine in partnership with Dell Technologies

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H.E Omar Sultan AlOlama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, emphasized the commitment of the UAE government, led by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai, to prioritize community health. The government’s approach involves harnessing advanced digital technology and artificial intelligence to address the prevailing challenges in the healthcare sector. This strategic utilization of cutting-edge innovations has yielded favorable outcomes, positively impacting the well-being of communities and ensuring the provision of optimal healthcare services.

This came in a speech during a session organized by the Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy, and Remote Work Applications office, in partnership with Dell Technologies, titled “Accelerating Innovation with Precision Medicine”. The session brought together policymakers, healthcare researchers, developers, and technologists. Its primary objective was to facilitate discussions on strategies to optimize the integration of technological advancements in the realm of precision medicine.

H.E. Omar Sultan AlOlama stated that the advancement of renewable systems utilizing cutting-edge digital technologies and artificial intelligence, along with the rapid progress in precision medicine, constitute pivotal elements in elevating the overall well-being of individuals within society. These endeavors are crucial in fostering superior healthcare capabilities, enabling the sector to effectively address challenges through the utilization of technology, enhancing the realms of diagnosis and treatment, optimizing healthcare delivery efficiency, and streamlining work methodologies.

Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice President, CEEMETA, Dell Technologies, said: “From stimulating smart cities to fueling new medical discoveries, AI is now an intrinsic part of our everyday lives. By drawing on the power of AI, nations can drive change to attain tangible and measurable benefits. Mohammed Amin added: “the UAE is strongly positioned to embrace new opportunities to shape the digital economy of tomorrow. We are excited about the future and look forward to supporting the government’s efforts in building a digitally transformed thriving economy.”

A distinguished panel of speakers contributed to the session, including experts such as Dr. Walter Kolch, the Director of Systems Biology Ireland (SBI) at University College Dublin (UCD), who holds ranked number 3 in the world for “Precision Medicine” and is in the world’s top 50 researches for Proteomics, System Biology and Signal Transduction (Google scholar). Additionally, the session featured Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice President, CEEMETA, Dell Technologies, as well as Dr. John O’Shea, Chief Digital Transformation Officer at Dell Technologies. Other participants included Mei May Soo, Director of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence at Dell Technologies, and Tom DeMaria, from Dell Technologies’ Global SVP Multicloud Platform Ecosystems.

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