Monday, 06 December 2021 11:32 GMT

Orange Jordan supports Daad competition for Arabic digital content

(MENAFN- Jordan Times) AMMAN — Orange Jordan supported the Daad competition for Arabic digital content for university students, according to a statement from the telecoms company. 

The winners were announced recently during the closing ceremony, held by the Association of Information and Communication Technology Companies ([email protected] ), in partnership with the Crown Prince Foundation at Al Hussein Technical University, in the presence of representatives from the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Orange Jordan, sponsors, universities faculties and competing students.

The youth who participated in the competition showed remarkable distinction in their projects and pride in the Arabic language through providing innovative content in line with the needs of the Internet and digital topics that are gaining more importance, in addition to showing the spirit of cooperation and hard work, read the statement.

Five of the 32 teams won the competition.“Sutour” team won for having a video regarding the impact of technological developments on engineering in the engineering category.

“Noe'd Al Qada” team won with an article titled“Artificial Intelligence Applications in Education” in the business category. 

“Future Youth” team was recognised for a video regarding the digital world and agriculture in the agriculture category.

 “Wahi” team presented a video about a website for medical consultations for mothers for the health category, and the“Unknown but Exist” team won for a video about a digital application for new tourist destinations for the tourism category.

The competition seeks to increase Arabic content on the Internet, where the number of Arabic speakers is around 400 million, and it is the fifth most widely spoken language in the world.

The Daad initiative aims to include the Arabic language within the Fourth Industrial Revolution based on the digital developments and its different areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics and the Internet of Things, according to the statement.


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