Saudi HR ministry, SDAIA sign four agreements

Importance of harnessing artificial intelligence stressed

  
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JEDDAH: The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development and the Saudi Authority for Data and Artificial Intelligence have signed four agreements with the aim of searching for opportunities to enhance the role of data and artificial intelligence in supporting national programs and initiatives.

The agreements would support digital transformation and improve user experience for the Tawakkalna application through integration with electronic systems and services and digital applications.

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• The agreements aim to support digital transformation and improve user experience for the Tawakkalna application through integration with electronic systems and services and digital applications.

• The partnership also aims to promote right practices in data management and governance and to build and develop national competencies in the fields of data science and artificial intelligence.

The partnership also aims to promote right practices in data management and governance and to build and develop national competencies in the fields of data science and artificial intelligence.

Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Ahmed bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi and head of SDAIA Dr. Abdullah bin Sharaf Al-Ghamdi stressed the importance of harnessing data and artificial intelligence to support government efforts and improve the performance of national programs, policies and initiatives.

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