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    ITI Hosts Fifth GGJ
    19 Jan 2017
    The Information Technology Institute (ITI) hosts the Global Game Jam (GGJ), for the fifth consecutive year, under the activities of the International Game Developers Association (IGDA) on January 20-22, at ITI both branches of Smart Village and Alexandria.
    Egypt Partakes in ITU Study Group 16
    16 Jan 2017
    Egypt, represented by the National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA), will participate in the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) Study Group 16 (Multimedia coding, systems and applications) SG16 meeting, taking place at ITU headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland, on January 16 - 27.
    TIEC Hosts 3rd Platform Innovation Accelerators Workshop
    15 Jan 2017
    The Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center (TIEC) will host the 3rd Platform Innovation Accelerators Workshop on January 16, at TIEC premises, in Smart Village. The workshop is within TIEC mission in encouraging innovation and supporting innovators.
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    ITU Study Group 16
    16 Jan 2017
    Egypt, represented by the National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA), will participate in the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) Study Group 16 (multimedia coding, systems and applications) SG16 meeting, taking place at ITU headquarters, Geneva, on January 16 - 27.
    Fourth International Conference on Computer Vision and Image Analysis
    28 Jan 2017
    The fourth International Conference on Computer Vision and Image Analysis (ICCVIA 2017) will be held on January 28 – 29 in Cairo, Egypt.
    Features More Features
    How Big Data Affect Evolution of Social Science
    29 Dec 2016 Social Science Space website
    Social scientists have, overall, been slower to tap into the ever-increasing flow of “big data” than their peers in the physical and medical sciences. The article tackles the significance of big data to this science where so much of the big data available, whether it be government administrative data or social media feeds like Twitter, which exist essentially ripe for the picking.
    Map Shows Internet Traffic via Undersea Cables Worldwide
    20 Dec 2016 Source: Argaam website
    The map, published by the World Economic Forum (WEF), shows all the connections and cables between countries, including the world’s highest-capacity undersea internet cable: a 5600-mile link between the US and Japan. Aptly named “FASTER”, the cable connects Oregon in the USA with Japan and Taiwan, owned by Google and a consortium of other communications companies.
    Future of Big Data
    5 Dec 2016 Source: Ipolitics website
    Big data can help individuals make decisions, help businesses offer better services, help governments — and private companies — cut costs. It’s an ever-changing field. The article tackles the discussion of the future of Big Data.
    Publications More Publications
    ICT Indicators Report 2011-2015
    Jan 2017
    ICT Indicators Report reviews a number of ICT indicators in Egypt; namely, infrastructure indicators, economic indicators, and the ICT sector's role in development covering the aforementioned years. The methodology for calculating Internet users in Egypt has been changed, depending on field surveys rather than hard data, according to the recommendations of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and other international organizations, and in line with worldwide trends. This report, therefore, will be published on an annual basis according to a survey implemented jointly with the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), and should not be compared with the reports of the years preceding 2015.
    ICT Indicators Quarterly Bulletin | Q3 2016
    Jan 2017
    ICT Indicators Quarterly Bulletin reviews a number of ICT indicators in Egypt; namely statistical figures on infrastructure, economic performance and the role of ICT in socioeconomic development. The bulletin, presented in a newly improved version, is now issued on a quarterly basis.
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    Ericsson Mobility Report on Middle East and Northeast Africa
    Dec 2016
    The Middle East and North East Africa region is expected to have a higher Gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate than the world average. The region is expected to increase and grow the number of mobile subscriptions and mobile data traffic. This is in addition to the new opportunities brought by the Fifth Generation (5G) and the Internet of Things (IoT).
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    Currency Identifier Application for PWDs
    20 Dec 2016

    Currency Identifier for the People with Disabilities (PWDs) is the first application on Android—the most prevalent in the Arabic language—that identifies notes by putting them on a surface and placing smart phones on top of them. The phones will automatically read and pronounce the notes in the Arabic language. The program is registered and patented


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    Telecom Review
    18 Dec 2016
    Egypt, represented by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, took part in the Telecom Review Summit that was held on December 13, in Dubai, UAE. The Summit brought together a unique and broad gathering of CEOs and VPs from different sectors. It provided an excellent opportunity to network with different operators and suppliers.
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