Weather of Arabia - The founder and CEO of the ArabiaWeather Group, Muhammad Al-Shaker, participated today, Sunday, in the TED Summit in Arabic, which extends over two days in the Qatari capital, Doha, where he was chosen to talk about the role of artificial intelligence in confronting climate change.
Al-Shaker recounted a success story that began since childhood as a strange hobby that was not similar to the hobbies of children at that age. That hobby turned into a passion for weather forecasting, after his mother finally decided to take him on a visit to the Meteorological Center. To learn more about the basics and how to work in this field, and he was learning without getting bored.
He stated that in his career he went through a turning point when a number of people died in Jordan as a result of the torrential rains that swept the south of the country in 2006, which made him realize that weather-related information is important and capable of saving human lives, so he started a website to deliver important weather information, until he reached several achievements. With a distinguished team in the Arabia Weather group.
Al-Shaker said that climate change has become a tangible reality today, and the solution lies in the ability of institutions, individuals and companies to adapt to the climate and deal with difficult weather conditions through early warning systems and accurate forecast systems that enable decision-making and the preservation of lives and property.
He stated that the workers at the Arab Weather website have developed early forecast systems in several fields, and they are being applied in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council and a number of countries in the Arab world.
Regarding TED in Arabic, which is held in partnership with Qatar Foundation, Al-Shaker said that the butterfly effect is represented in doing a small matter with a huge impact, indicating that TED is an incubator for the enormous energies of Arab youth capable of change, calling on young people not to despair and persevere always to achieve goals and objectives.
It is worth noting that the closing TED Summit in Arabic hosts a number of thinkers, researchers, artists and change-makers from the Arabic-speaking world. To provide a space for them to share their ideas worth spreading with a global audience.
The TED Summit in Arabic will continue for two consecutive days, as it will host:
The summit adopts the theory of the butterfly effect as an example of success and influence, as it was mentioned on the official website of the summit and it says: "The butterfly effect is not visible... that small effect that we do not realize, but it reminds us that the efforts of each of us for change and for the production of a better world are Inevitably, cumulative and extended efforts. Accompany us on a journey in which we celebrate and celebrate a variety of creative and innovative ideas, emanating from the Arab world, and born from the rock of suffering and challenges that we see, and we must acknowledge their existence and celebrate them as well. Together, we will confirm that the butterfly effect does not disappear."
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