A Connected Future!’ at Sheikh Maktoum Hall, Dubai World Trade Centre.
The conference will feature keynotes, a panel discussion, and technical presentations by international experts sharing the latest advancements in the world of ICT/ELV including how artificial intelligence (AI) will be used in data centres and other ICT/ELV facilities in the near future.
Taylor will also be delivering a presentation on the morning of 17 April titled “Digital Infrastructure in a Connected Future”.
Expo 2020 Dubai is expected to attract 25 million visits and participants from 190 countries from October 2020 to April 2021.
During this period, the World Expo is expected to contribute approximately 1.5 percent of the UAE’s annual forecast gross domestic product, GDP.
Small and medium-sized enterprises, SMEs, are also estimated to receive AED 4.7 billion in investment during the pre-Expo phase, supporting approximately 12,600 job-years, while also supporting Expo 2020’s aim to foster innovation and support small businesses.
On January 4, 2019, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) released new Patent Examiner Guidance (“the Guidance”) for subject matter eligibility.
This Guidance represents the current methodology for analysis of patent claims under 35 U.S.C.
§ 101 in view of Mayo v. Prometheus, Alice v. CLS Bank Intl., and subsequent cases, and is intended to provide a more concrete framework for analyzing whether patent claims, as a whole, are merely “directed to” an abstract idea.
The era of low-cost index funds from asset management giants such as Vanguard Group and BlackRock has simplified the fund-buying process — and that has been a good thing — but there is more work to be done.
That information remains hidden from most investors — who wouldn’t be able to understand the disclosure even if they knew how to find it.
Smith noted that one of Jackson’s co-commissioners, Hester Peirce, is a “severe critic of shareholders resolutions” who supports updating proxy rules to make it more difficult for shareholders to file resolutions.
North Korea is still building a submarine at a shipyard in Sinpo, South Hamgyong Province, the website 38 North at Johns Hopkins University said Friday based on commercial satellite imagery taken between March 23 and April 11.
During this period, a vertical test stand for ejection testing of submarine-launched missiles was separated from its support structure and then reunited with it.