The University of Nineveh participated in the course and competition on “Information Security and Artificial Intelligence”

and the First Electronic Governance Conference. This event, directed by Prime Minister Dr. Mohammed Shiaa Al-Sudani, was part of the activities of the Supreme Youth Council and sponsored by the Minister of Culture, Tourism, and Antiquities, Dr. Ahmed Fakak Al-Badrani. The collaboration involved the Nineveh Governorate, its government universities, and private colleges.

On Wednesday, February 28, 2024, the University of Nineveh participated in the course and competition on “Information Security and Artificial Intelligence,” along with the First Electronic Governance Conference. The event was organized by the Ministerial Culture Committee in Nineveh Governorate at the grand auditorium of the University of Mosul.

The conference was attended by the University President, Professor Dr. Osama Al-Mashhadani, Nineveh Governor Mr. Abdulqadir Aldakhil, University of Mosul President Dr. Qusay Kamal Al-Ahmedi, and the Executive Director of the Mosul Reconstruction Committee, Dr. Mohammed Iqbal Al-Saydali. Also present were security leaders, government department directors, and professors and students from various universities.

The conference commenced with a speech by the Minister of Culture highlighting the importance of this conference, the first of its kind in Iraq. He emphasized the significance of electronic governance, the role of information security, and artificial intelligence in electronic governance and digital transactions. The Governor of Nineveh also spoke about the conference’s importance, praising the role of the province’s universities in organizing meaningful activities to enhance community services.

The conference included a lecture with a presentation on “Indicators of Electronic Governance and their Impact on Economic Development, and the Role of Information Security and Artificial Intelligence.” Additionally, there were lectures on the current status of governance in Nineveh, governance, current legislation, and related policies. The participants expressed wishes for ongoing prosperity and progress for the governorate and its universities.