Students of Saudi Arabia won 11 medals in the world competition of artificial intelligence and won the first position worldwide.
According to the report of the Saudi newspaper Urdu News, 18 thousand students from 40 countries including America, India, Greece, Canada, and Singapore participated in the World Artificial Intelligence Competition for Youth (WAICY).
The international competition was organized by the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority “Sadaya” in collaboration with King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), 18 projects from Saudi Arabia were successful in the competition.
Among them, 11 projects got gold, silver, and bronze medals, while 7 projects were in advanced position out of 6039 projects. America got 10 medals, India and Greece got 2 medals each, while Canada and Singapore got 1 medal each.
Saudi Arabia was represented in the competition by students from primary, middle, and secondary schools in Musk, Al-Zahran, Madak, Qast, Aramco, Al-Ula, and Neum. On this occasion, Sadaya and Qawist were given the Excellence Organization Award at the global level for the excellence of the Saudi students, while the efforts of Sadaya and Qawist in the promotion of artificial intelligence education were also acknowledged.