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Bahrain’s Riyada partners with British AI firm

DUBAI, April 16, 2018

Bahrain-based Riyada Consulting has partnered with UK’s nH2 Limited, a leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI), computational science and materials discoveries with a focus on technology, energy and water.

Justin Hall, CEO of nH2, said: “Being globally competitive requires developing and retaining the right talent, and we believe our partnership with Riyada is critically important to create the right collaborations between scientists, investors and innovators within the GCC that can work with us at the cutting-edge of computational materials design to develop breakthrough solutions to the world’s growing resource scarcities.”

“Our timing could not have been better as we look forward to helping the GCC countries transform its traditional trading economies into one that helps create Intellectual properties that can disrupt multibillion industries around the world as well help solve some of the most basic regional problems for drinking water,” said Tareque Pirzada CEO for Asia/MEA from nH2.

 “We are creating IP’s that can bring disruptive & low cost manufacturing for multiple industries in the region. Partnering with Riyada opens multiple doorways for us into the GCC as we share similar visions of the importance of knowledge economy development with Shaikha Dheya within the region.”
 
Shaikha Dheya bint Ebrahim Al Khalifa, president of Riyada Consulting said that the collaboration represented “a perfect fusion of science, social responsibility and entrepreneurism, providing the skills and tools for our next generation to work on scientific discoveries that open the door to remarkable possibilities.”

“The nH2 model and philosophy matches with Riyada’s vision of bringing scientists, industrialists, and investors together in building a platform that offers the solutions to a growing need for job creation, while addressing the technical and environmental problems to ensure the survival and sustainability of a more fair and just global landscape,” she added. – TradeArabia News Service
 




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