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Space Pioneers

With an investment of more than A$69 Billion, the UAE plans to be one of the leading countries in the field of space research, by forging a ground-breaking path in space exploration, technology, satellite communications and research on terrestrial applications.

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A fourth industrial revolution

A fourth industrial revolution

Given the primary role it plays in shaping the future, the UAE is investing in emerging technologies including artificial intelligence, semiconductors, nanotechnology and 3D printing, and in strategies and initiatives to ensure a better quality of life for everyone.

The rise of Robocops

The rise of Robocops

The country's first Robocop using Artificial Intelligence is on the beat in Dubai. Versions of the prototype will eventually be used to chase down suspects and nab parking fee dodgers.

Helping those in need

Helping those in need

The UAE spends more on development aid to assist other countries than any other nation on earth compared to its wealth.

The world’s biggest, largest, first…

The world’s biggest, largest, first…

The UAE is fast becoming a global leader for setting new benchmarks across a range of industry sectors including innovation, sustainability, architecture, tourism and more.

The next generation of astronauts

The next generation of astronauts

Fifteen-year-old Alia Al Mansoori aspires to become an astronaut. Winning the 2017 Genes in Space UAE competition, the young Emirati beat 109 entries to win a trip to NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre to witness her experiment take off on the Space X Falcon 9 rocket.

The world’s first Minister for Artificial Intelligence

The world’s first Minister for Artificial Intelligence

With ambitions to put robot cops on the streets by 2030, autonomous vehicles on the city’s roads and in its skies and to be a global leader in futures technology, the UAE has appropriately established a world-first Ministry for Artificial Intelligence. Led by 27-year-old Omar Bin Sultan Al Olama, the Ministry will spearhead the UAE's ambition to be at the forefront of the global technological revolution, which will see it planning to build homes on the planet Mars by 2117.  

See the real UAE

A fourth industrial revolution

A fourth industrial revolution

Given the primary role it plays in shaping the future, the UAE is investing in emerging technologies including artificial intelligence, semiconductors, nanotechnology and 3D printing, and in strategies and initiatives to ensure a better quality of life for everyone.

The rise of Robocops

The rise of Robocops

The country's first Robocop using Artificial Intelligence is on the beat in Dubai. Versions of the prototype will eventually be used to chase down suspects and nab parking fee dodgers.

Helping those in need

Helping those in need

The UAE spends more on development aid to assist other countries than any other nation on earth compared to its wealth.

The world’s biggest, largest, first…

The world’s biggest, largest, first…

The UAE is fast becoming a global leader for setting new benchmarks across a range of industry sectors including innovation, sustainability, architecture, tourism and more.

The next generation of astronauts

The next generation of astronauts

Fifteen-year-old Alia Al Mansoori aspires to become an astronaut. Winning the 2017 Genes in Space UAE competition, the young Emirati beat 109 entries to win a trip to NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre to witness her experiment take off on the Space X Falcon 9 rocket.

The world’s first Minister for Artificial Intelligence

The world’s first Minister for Artificial Intelligence

With ambitions to put robot cops on the streets by 2030, autonomous vehicles on the city’s roads and in its skies and to be a global leader in futures technology, the UAE has appropriately established a world-first Ministry for Artificial Intelligence. Led by 27-year-old Omar Bin Sultan Al Olama, the Ministry will spearhead the UAE's ambition to be at the forefront of the global technological revolution, which will see it planning to build homes on the planet Mars by 2117.