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Saudi Minister of Communications Meets Leaders of Meta and Google to Discuss Cooperation

The Saudi Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Abdullah Alsawaha, met with the CEO of Meta, Mark Zuckerberg, during his visit to the United States of America. The meeting focused on enhancing cooperation between the two sides in the field of artificial intelligence and modern technologies, developing digital capabilities, and supporting developers as well as innovative solutions for leading companies.

Alsawaha also met with the President and Chief Investment Officer of Alphabet and Google, Ruth Porat, to discuss opportunities for partnership in artificial intelligence, data analysis, and cloud computing. They also discussed enhancing investment opportunities to develop the digital economy in the Kingdom. In addition, they aim to develop digital infrastructure and capabilities in a way that supports innovation and enhances the Kingdom’s position in Technical sector.

Last year, the Saudi Minister of Communications met in Silicon Valley with the CEO of both Google and Alphabet, Sundar Pichai, accompanied by a group of senior executives from these leading technology companies.

Their meeting focused on exploring new ways to strengthen an already robust strategic partnership. This initiative specifically targets progress in cloud computing, promoting innovation, and developing capacity.

The discussion also centered on leveraging Google and Alphabet’s expertise in areas like CEO and other technological domains to support ongoing and future technical initiatives.

This is aimed at significantly enhancing the infrastructure and technological capabilities within the Kingdom.

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