Call for Expression of Interest (EOI) - A research study in Designing Humane AI Solutions   AAIH President to deliver Keynote Address on Gen AI at the 20 th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on June 7th.  AAIH President, Dr. Anton Ravindran, and AAIH Founding member & Fellow Prof Liz Bacon have been invited to speak at the MENA ICT Forum 2023 which will be held at the Dead Sea Jordan on November 20th and 21st 2024 under the patronage of His Majesty King Abdullah II. Dr. Anton Ravindran has been an invited speaker previously at the MENA ICT Forum in 2022, 2020 and 2018.

Martin Yates

Fellow & Founder Member
Martin Yates is the Senior Government Technology Advisor at Presight a G42 Group Company based in Abu Dhabi for local and international markets. At Presight, Martin’s role involves championing the use of advanced technology and Generative AI (GenAI) solutions within the public sector to ensure rapid and effective transformation to future Government.

During his 35-year career, Martin Yates, as the Senior Government Technology Advisor at Presight, has made significant contributions to sectors including public safety, smart cities, financial services, and oil and gas. A constant driving force is his passion for leveraging technology to advance business, socio-economic, and national interests. Before joining Presight, Martin served as the Chief Technology Officer at Injazat which is now merged as G42 Core42, another company within the G42 network. In this position, Martin played a key role in helping clients embrace new technologies and foster innovation.

Prior to joining G42, he was the Global CTO at Dell Technologies for Smart Cities, where he established and managed the early development of Dell’s entry into cloud products, services, and consulting, and then led the development of Dell's digital transformation practice globally based in Singapore. During his tenure, Martin established the smart cities and nations technology business unit. He supported building Dell’s brand as a trusted global partner for the national government, smart cities, and civil and military defense programs.

In his early career, Martin worked as an engineer supporting the joint defense command, security, and control capability development within the United Kingdom’s defense force. Martin has played an active role in the last eighteen years, shaping Singapore’s national development and industry as an appointed special advisor on various steering committees. Martin took Singapore Citizenship in 2012 and continued to support community and national grassroots programs that support the progress and development of the country. Martin is a Fellow of the Singapore Computer Society and the foundation chairman of the Cloud Computing Special Interest Group established in 2011.