Microsoft VP Alex Kipman dazzles the Museum of the Future’s Audience on the Third “Future Talks” session about future potentials of the Metaverse.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Deaw) has launched its ‘DEWAVerse’ platform on the Metaverse and became the 1st local government organisation to launch its platform on the Metaverse to provide its services to customers, employees, and members of the society.
This was announced by Maria Ivina, Founder, Satori Me company, adding that around 19 speakers will present unique topics and will touch upon sustainability, WEB3.0, Ed Tech, Eco Art, WEB4.0, and Eco Deep Tech.
Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, one of three chambers operating under Dubai Chambers, in collaboration with the SEE Institute, has launched the “Future of the Digital Economy: Business in the Metaverse” Academy, the first-of-its-kind specialised training programme designed to equip digital startups with practical knowledge and tools
Industry experts during a panel discussion at the Forex Expo 2022 highlighted the investment game plan for the Metaverse as the interest in domain is increasing with every passing day.
Seven side sessions took place on the sidelines of the second day of the Dubai Metaverse Assembly, which convened more than 600 delegates at the Museum of the Future and AREA 2071, Emirates Towers, to lead discussions on the metaverse.
The emirate is the world capital of Web3, which includes dealing with cryptocurrency firms. Dubai has seen over 1,000 firms mushroom in the metaverse and blockchain sector.
Sheikh Hamdan has approved the new phase of the Dubai Metaverse Strategy, which aims to enhance the digital economy and implement measures to empower the use of the metaverse and future technologies.
Is anyone on Facebook anymore? Silly question. Of course they are. Facebook — sorry Meta — still has a tonne of users on its various networks and is still making a tonne of money. It’s just the growth that’s stalled. But the global fall in user numbers,
In the wake of damning revelations from whistle-blower Frances Haugen and the leaking of the “Facebook files”, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided it was the right time to go ahead and announce his ambitions for an even more mesmeric and invasive