300,000 Students to Undergo AI training in KSA

SDAIA, Mawhiba Launch National Olympiad for Programming and Artificial Intelligence

By Inc.Arabia Staff
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The National Olympiad for Programming and Artificial Intelligence for middle and high school students is to take place next month in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). 

The announcement was made by the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority, in partnership with the Ministry of Education, and the King Abdulaziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity.

About 300,000 students will be selected from 3 million in the Kingdom for training in programming and AI. 

Registrations for the olympiad to close on Nov. 28 and there will be two rounds of tests — Jan. 26-27 and April 23-27.

Approximately 300,000 students out of 3 million in KSA will be selected for programming and AI training. Registration for the Olympiad will close on November 28th, with two rounds of tests scheduled for January 26-27 and April 23-27. The competition consists of multiple stages, allowing creative students the opportunity to showcase their talents.

In the final stage of the competition, known as the Scientific Creativity Olympiad, 35 students will be selected to represent Saudi Arabia internationally, including participation in the prestigious International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). Students interested in the Olympiad can register via the Mawhiba website.

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