Saudi Arabia to Host 13th Annual Global Research Council Meeting Next Year

The Global Research Council will host its thirteenth annual meeting in 2025, partnering with Saudi Arabia (represented by the Research, Development, and Innovation Authority and the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology) and the Republic of Turkey (represented by TUBITAK).

This approval affirms the Global Research Council’s confidence in the Kingdom’s pioneering role in achieving the Council’s future vision and goals, as well as its high position in developing regional and global research.

Dr. Munir Eldesouki, President of KACST and Vice Chairman of the Global Research Council’s Board, confirmed this during the twelfth annual meeting of the Council in Interlaken, Switzerland. He emphasized the importance of the topics for the thirteenth annual meeting in Riyadh.

Additionally, the meeting focused on research management in the era of artificial intelligence and collaborative efforts to address global challenges like climate change and biodiversity for sustainable development.

Dr. Eldesouki explained that the use of artificial intelligence in research and development is a recent global development. He stressed that employing this technology will contribute to identifying opportunities and challenges in the research and innovation sector.

He also called for benefiting from the experiences of the Council’s member states regarding modern developments in artificial intelligence.

He also stressed the importance of research to support sustainable development, as it plays a crucial role in understanding the complex environmental, social and economic challenges facing the world.

In the same vein, Dr. Mohammed Al-Otaibi, the General Supervisor of the Research, Development, and Innovation Authority, welcomed the Global Research Council‘s approval to host its thirteenth annual meeting in the Kingdom in 2025. He emphasized the Kingdom’s prominent scientific institutions and its efforts in research at regional and global levels to enhance joint regional action.

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