National Defense College organizes symposium on AI and Sustainability of Development

Muscat: Activities of the annual symposium of strategic issues titled “Artificial Intelligence and Sustainability of Development” began today in the National Defence College at the Academy of Strategic and Defence Studies.

The event was held under the auspices of Maj.Gen Abdullah Ali Al Harthy, Assistant Inspector General of Police and Customs for Operations.

The symposium includes a set of themes, most importantly the national challenges and artificial intelligence, and international experiences in utilizing artificial intelligence.

It also reviews the importance of investing in artificial intelligence technologies and ways to apply them in the fields of security, health, economics, and education in a manner that enhances the quality of life

It is worth noting that the annual symposium on strategic issues comes within the curriculum of the 11th national defence course, which runs till 22 February.

A number of government units in Oman and some academics and specialists from Arab and foreign countries are taking part in the symposium. – ONA

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