Dr. Ebtesam Almazrouei
Director of AI, Technology Innovation Institute

Dr. Ebtesam Almazrouei is the Director and Co-Founder of the Al-Cross Center Unit at the Technology Innovation Institute (TII). Her work focuses on Generative AI models, perception and fusion, extreme-AI scale, computational platforms, foundational models, edge AI and connected intelligence, data-driven technologies, deep learning and intelligent networks, B5G and 6G, general intelligence, sustainable AI, AI at scale, green AI, AI for good, sustainable and smart cities, and AI applications and benefits.

Dr. Ebtesam Almazrouei led the scientific team behind building Noor, the world’s largest Arabic natural language processing (NLP) model. She is known for her extensive work in generative AI models. Dr. Ebtesam Almazrouei has vast experience delivering projects for international stakeholders across multiple industries- healthcare, telecommunication, education, energy, security, etc. . Dr. Ebtesam is the first Emirati woman to hold a Ph.D. in artificial intelligence for wireless communication engineering and computer science.

She leads the big data working group in the expert subcommittee of the UAE Council for AI and Blockchain and is a member of the worldwide steering board of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF). She has extensive experience in professional activities, including being the general chair of Abu Dhabi AI Connect and TPC chair of many IEEE international conferences. 

Dr. Almazrouei is a scientific author, patent inventor, entrepreneur, and public speaker. She is known for her keynote speeches at prestigious summits such as the AI Summit in London, World AI Cannes Festival, AI Everything Summit, Global GITEX, IEEE conferences, AI for Good, and Tech summits. 

She obtained her Ph.D. and MSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Khalifa University of Science and Technology. She earned a BSc in Communication and Electrical Engineering from the United Arab Emirates University.


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