Author: Thu, 2018-04-12 03:00
JEDDAH: The Saudi Cyber Security, Artificial Intelligence and Programming Academy signed a cooperation agreement with Carnegie Mellon University on Wednesday.
The academy, which is under formation by the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity and Programming, and the university, under the representation of Cyberspace Research Institute, inked an integrated partnership deal, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
The agreement was signed on behalf of the Advisor at the Royal Court, President of the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity and Programming Saud bin Abdullah Al-Qahtani by Dean of the Academy Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Dahlawi.
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