The Global AI Summit, hosted under the patronage of HRH Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, helped to reimagine how AI can be a force for good – one that elevates humanity. This is the beginning of a worldwide dialogue to build bridges across technology, human-centered design, and policymaking, said a statement.
The summit saw the launch of the AI Corridor Center of Excellence which will develop AI solutions to address global challenges. It will support collaboration between Aramco and other key partners, such as Caltech and Beyond Limits, to streamline the innovation process in the Kingdom and globally.
Aramco President and CEO Amin H. Nasser, said: “I am proud to announce a new strategic project that we are calling the “Aramco Global AI Corridor.”
"The Corridor is designed to develop and commercialize complex AI solutions, to train Saudi talent, support Saudi start-ups and, together with global partners, build a local AI ecosystem. This will include an AI Delivery Factory, AI Academy, AI Venturing Studio, and unique R&D AI labs.”
Focused on AI Now, AI Next, and AI Never, the summit explored the impact of AI on topics as crucial as economic mobility, healthcare, human capability development, and smart cities.
AI Now - was about giving attendees practical tools through keynotes, workshops, panels, and technology demonstrations that will drive progress.
AI Next - looked ahead to the change makers and pioneers who are paving the way for AI to solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
AI Never - challenged the audience and speakers to engage in debates about the ethics and responsible use of AI across a range of areas.
The summit was to create a disruptive global platform, where AI leaders and pioneers from every corner of the world come together to connect and collaborate.