Malta Chamber and Google Developers Group organise AI readiness workshop for business

30th October 2019

Ms Marisa Xuereb underlined Malta Chamber’s commitment to contribute towards helping developing the necessary talent, investment, and ecosystem to allow the AI sector to flourish, from start-ups to bigger tech leaders.

“We are proudly organising this event because it serves the important purpose of understanding how artificial intelligence (AI) revolutionised the way companies conduct business and learn how to implement its application to maximise benefits of this next wave of innovation” said Ms Marisa Xuereb, Deputy President of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry on Wednesday during an event which was jointly organised with the Google Developers Group.

Whilst welcoming the Artificial Intelligence Strategy for Malta launched by the Government earlier this month, Ms Xuereb underlined Malta Chamber’s commitment to contribute towards helping developing the necessary talent, investment, and ecosystem to allow the AI sector to flourish, from start-ups to bigger tech leaders. She added that positioning our companies as disrupters rather than followers can attract positive social and economic transformation for businesses to shape Malta’s future.

Various themes around AI were tackled by the speakers of the event, who were Professor Alexiei Dingli and Mr Dylan Seychell from the University of Malta and Mr Mark Bugeja, a researcher at the University of Malta.

This event targeting Chief Executives, Managers, Chief Technology Officers and Business Managers from various industries in Malta served the important purpose of understanding the purpose of AI, grasp how technology revolutionised the way companies conduct business and applying solutions in their organisations.

Earlier this year, the Malta Chamber partnered with Government in setting up a private public partnership called Tech.MT, underlining its commitment to the cause of digital transformation placing it as a worthy player in technology business.


6th November 2019

The memorandum of understanding provides a platform for cooperation in matters in which either party has expertise.

29th October 2019

The organisations agreed to co-operate actively on matters of national economic policy of common interest to the business community and the architecture and civil engineering profession.

25th October 2019

“The more successful we are, the stronger and smarter our efforts must be to maintain and consolidate our winning position.”

24th October 2019

“The country needs to ensure that our operating costs and our overall investment conditions are better than those offered by other regions. Local and foreign investors alike no longer make decisions based on emotions but on pure facts and hard-data”