The integration of digital assets into economic structures could tackle the financing challenges faced by SMEs and provide a more standardized and accessible approach to funding.
At Dubai's Robocafe, which opened last June, customers are served by robots, who prepare and deliver the food.
Adjusting the relationship between the state and private sector in Gulf countries will help them recover more effectively from the pandemic, write two experts.
A team of divers is building artificial coral reefs off the east coast of the United Arab Emirates.
Experiences in the UAE suggest the main challenges to blockchain deployment are tied to operational and regulatory questions, rather than technical factors.
Dubai has many photogenic spots for Instagram users.
The project required only 15 workers and produced 60% less waste than traditional technologies.
Dubai has molded itself into a global business hub – this is how it rose out of the desert.
With a growing middle class and the demand for a more stable property market, Dubai needs a consolidated and multistakeholder strategy for affordability.
Masdar City's stackable steel allotments allow communities to grow their own produce, despite drought and desert heat.
Drawing a path to sustainable energy equity in the Arab world begins with identifying and understanding the challenge, in all of its dimensions, more clearly.
Courts in the Fourth Industrial Revolution will involve virtual supply chains, blockchain-encoded smart contracts, AI-enabled judges and lawyers, and digital currency-based fines and paym...
From the Algerian telecoms explosion to Emirati start-ups, Arab countries are closing the gap on bigger economies.
Seven hundred leaders of science and academia met in Dubai to workshop the future. Here's what they talked about.
Flying taxis, robocops, pneumatic trains – here's how the UAE is turning its wildest technological fancies into reality.