The International Government Communications Authority transforms the ideas of young people into innovations with artificial intelligence


The International Government Communication Forum 2022, which will be held from 28-29 September at the Expo Center Sharjah, will host for the first time in the Middle East the “Future Worlds Challenge” event, which brings together an elite group of innovators, who will be trained to use artificial intelligence tools, To transform their ideas and visions into pioneering projects that serve humanity in the most vital sectors.

After it was organized last year in the United States with wide participation from various countries of the world, the Emirate of Sharjah will host this year’s edition of the event, which will be held through the “Future Challenges Lab” platform as part of the forum’s proactive activities, in cooperation with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, from 26-26 September 28, and includes a series of programming sessions and group workshops, in addition to presentations by the participating teams on the last day of the challenge.

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On September 29, the final day of the forum, which is organized by the International Government Communication Center of the Sharjah Government Media Office under the slogan “Challenges and Solutions”, the jury selects the winning project within the “Future Worlds Challenge” to be honored with the “Sharjah Government Communication Award” in the “Best” category. A challenge for future initiatives in government communication.” The winning project will be promoted in the most prominent international forums.

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As part of the accompanying events held on the “Future Challenges Lab” platform, a brainstorming session deals with the topic of “Government Communication and the Requirements of New Media”, and discusses the impact of modern technology in creating effective communication mechanisms between communication departments in government institutions and the media.

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