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The Abu Dhabi School of Government has partnered with Coursera to provide training in areas such as data science, AI, leadership and digital transformation More than 60,000 Abu Dhabi Government employees will be provided with access to 3,000 online courses from the world’s top universities to give people the skills needed in a workplace being changed by emerging technologies. The Abu Dhabi School of Government has partnered with Coursera, one of the world’s leading online learning platforms, to provide professional training and development programmes for critical skills in areas such as data science, artificial intelligence, leadership and digital transformation. The world’s most well known educational institutions such as Johns Hopkins, Duke and Stanford University are among the providers on the Coursera platform. Thirty courses will be fully in Arabic while 70 will have Arabic subtitles. Solveig Nicklos, the dean of the Abu Dhabi School of Government and Jeff Maggioncalda, Coursera’s chief executive spoke to  The National  about their partnership ahead of the Milken Institute’s Mena Summit in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, where they were taking part in a discussion titled 'Building Tomorrow's Global Workforce'. Full article:  https://www.thenational.ae/uae/education/beyond-the-headlines-60-000-abu-dhabi-government-employees-to-get-access-to-elite-online-courses-1.824781 
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Seven days into his epic 2,070-kilometre m run to Makkah and Dr Khaled Al Suwaidi has taken his first steps into Saudi Arabia. Dr Al Suwaidi, 35, is beginning to find his stride a week after setting off from Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, as he aims to inspire others to lead a healthier life. The Emirati academic, who specialises in international relations, is hoping to complete his challenge within 38 days. He has faced his own battle with obesity, losing more than 50kg in three years after becoming a father and deciding to take up running and healthy eating. “I’m trying to eat as well as I can, but this is just the beginning – I have another 1,700km to go,” said Dr Al Suwaidi during a pasta break on the road, 10km from the Saudi border. Full article:  https://www.thenational.ae/uae/emirati-runner-sets-sights-on-makkah-in-epic-endurance-challenge-1.823003  
The first Hackathon will bring together 38 designers and developers King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) is set to host developers and designers, over half of whom will be female, at its first SAP Mobile Hackathon event, to create mobile apps for smart cities.  The Hackathon, which will run from Feb. 7 to 9, is part of a partnership between German software  firm SAP SE, and several university departments, including KAUST Innovation and Economic Development and the KAUST Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Science and Engineering division. “KAUST is committed to being a hub for innovation, attracting talent to find solutions to shared global challenges,” said Dr. Kevin Cullen, vice president of KAUST Innovation and Economic Development. “The SAP Mobile Hackathon is a great way to collaborate and develop infrastructure for smart cities of the future.” Full article:  http://www.arabnews.com/node/1448206/saudi-arabia  
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