- The program attracted 1,800 students from 20 countries
Dubai: “The Gulf”
Aleph Education, in collaboration with the Programmers Headquarters overseen by the Office of the Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, concluded the second edition of the Programmers Summer Program with a ceremony to honor the best talents. Programming Department. It attracted 1,800 participants from various schools across the country and from more than 20 countries.
Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, emphasized that preparing the young generation on the foundations and skills of the future and enriching their knowledge of artificial intelligence algorithms and programming is a cornerstone and constant. The approach to the UAE government is to ensure the development of the digital future in the country in line with the objectives of the strategy of the National Program for Programmers in supporting programmers, major international organizations and the education sector, creating a comprehensive global digital platform and preparing a generation of trainers and experts to develop initiatives aimed at improving the capacity of national talents.
During his speech at the closing ceremony, the National Agenda for Programmers is keen to promote collaboration and integration by launching positive partnerships that actively contribute to support the best workforce and digital talent in the fields and work with leading international organizations. The Departments of Education, Development and Research Centers focus on Artificial Intelligence and Programming to meet the challenges of time and the latest trends in the field of technology.
For his part, Jeffrey Alphonso, CEO of Aleph Education, emphasized the importance of partnership and collaboration with the headquarters of programmers and its importance in building capacity and nurturing young talent.
He added: “At Aleph Education, we are keen to use a variety of methods to deliver innovative and interactive educational solutions and provide safe ways for students to keep pace with the latest technological advancements.”
The seven-day summer program included activities, lessons via virtual platforms and realistic workshops that attracted 30 students over two days. The program also includes 15 hours of lessons, including three daily sessions focused on students’ digital skills. .
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