Saudi students showcase AI projects at Oxford's Lady Margaret Hall Summer Program.
London, August 09, 2023, Fifteen Saudi students, hailing from various esteemed universities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, have impressively presented their software and artificial intelligence (AI) projects at the renowned Lady Margaret Hall (LMH) Summer Program, hosted by the esteemed University of Oxford.
The program has been meticulously coordinated by the esteemed Saudi Data and AI Authority (SDAIA) in close partnership with the prestigious King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST).
The camp offers a distinctive opportunity for aspiring students to cultivate and elevate their cognitive abilities and scientific ingenuity. This endeavor is designed to align with the demands, tools, and technologies of the present era. The aforementioned program is in accordance with the objectives of the Human Capability Development Program, an integral part of Saudi Vision 2030. This initiative is designed to enhance the competitiveness of our national human resources, both domestically and internationally.
During the duration of the summer program, students were provided with a rigorous training curriculum aimed at enhancing their cognitive abilities. This program was conducted under the expert guidance of esteemed AI professionals from the renowned University of Oxford. The duration of the program spanned a total of eight weeks, ensuring ample time for students to immerse themselves in the learning experience.
The students actively participated in a range of scientific experiments as part of their educational programs focused on artificial intelligence. These experiences allowed them to enhance their proficiency in state-of-the-art technological fields.