KSA, Google sign deal for Innovation Hub centers
(MENAFN) The Saudi Federation for Cyber Security and Programming has agreed with Google for the establishment of five Innovation Hub centers in various areas in Saudi Arabia.
The agreement was explained by local media reports to be targeting the incorporation of local skills in creating prototypes, mobile applications and artificial intelligence.
Adviser at the Royal Court Saud Al-Qahtani was said to have signed the deal with president of Google for Europe and MENA Matt Prater right after the trip Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman embarked on to the US.
The Saudi adviser has also assured the move to push for Saudi students all across the kingdom to use their pioneering talents.
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