(ANSA) – DUBAI, 01 FEB – “In the face of the pandemic, I believe that the topic of artificial intelligence and cybersecurity in health is something really relevant. The world is changing very quickly and we must be very flexible to adapt” and “I believe that artificial intelligence and big data are already making their contribution in health, pharmaceuticals, medical devices “. This was underlined by Elazar Cohen, commissioner general of Israel at Expo, in his speech at the international event “Artificial Intelligence & Cybersecurity for human health” organized by Italy, Israel and UAE at the Italian Pavilion of Expo 2020 Dubai.
“I had the pleasure of being among the diplomats who in 2000, with Minister Enrico Letta, signed the first agreement between Italy and Israel in research and development and technology, last week we announced a similar agreement with the Emirates, and this meeting here reflects the efforts we are making to achieve these synergies, ”Cohen said.
The commissioner then recalled the historical value of the Abrahamic Agreements signed between Israel and the Emirates, underlining that hosting President Isaac Herzog yesterday for Israel’s national day at Expo Dubai “was like a dream come true. Our already historic participation” at Expo “he wants to leave a legacy”, pointing out that “sometimes dreams come true and we have to aim high because in the end we reach our goal”. (HANDLE).