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As the sofa team expands its presence in Orak, Saudi Arabia, the Innovation Training Center begins in Riyadh.

The center provides training programs for students and professionals who want to improve their skills and gain recognition in a variety of technological innovations, including Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence, Java and Dvops.

The move coincides with the launch of a series of technology initiatives aimed at improving the digital skills of 100,000 Saudi youth last month.

Oracle has previously conducted training in Riyadh, Jeddah, and other cities.

“All these resources provide an important way to start a strong demand in the fast-growing IT industry in Saudi Arabia,” said Fahad al-Turif, Managing Director of Orak Saudi Arabia.

“Classroom classroom resources, software access, and cloud technology will be made available to all Tuwic College faculty and students,” he added.

The Innovation Center also offers online courses.

The initiatives are part of the government’s Vision 2030, in partnership with the Saudi Information and Artificial Intelligence Authority, the Saudi Federation’s Cyber ​​Security, Programs and Drones Federation, and the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.

The establishment of the center will also coincide with the adoption of the Saudi Arabian Tourism Development Fund (TDF) Oracle Cloud Services as part of its first cloud strategy.

Saudi Arabia’s Tourism Industry Development Fund is experimenting with the use of artificial intelligence (II) to enhance automation and improve staff and customer experience.

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