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KUWAIT: Sabah Al-Ahmad Center for Giftedness and Creativity announced Friday that Kuwait’s Sara Abu Arjeeb won an award of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

Abu Arjeeb’s invention is related to the early detection of tumors and cerebral hemorrhage by the use of alternating light technology integrated into artificial intelligence, the center, affiliated with Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences, said in a press release. More than 600 investors from over 100 countries all over the world competed for the prize, it said.

The competition included participants from South Korea, Kenya, China, Argentine, Thailand, Turkiye, Switzerland and Singapore, along with Kuwait. WIPO is the UN agency that serves the world’s innovators and creators to ensure that their ideas travel safely to the market and improve lives everywhere. (end)

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