Dubai unveils Blueprint for Artificial Intelligence

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Dubai has unveiled a roadmap for the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in all sectors.

A new A.I. company licence will be introduced as part of the plan, and Chief A.I. Officers will be appointed in Dubai government entities.

Incubators and campuses for Artificial Intelligence will be launched, while Artificial intelligence will also be celebrated in Dubai schools with the introduction of an A.I. week.

"The Dubai Universal Blueprint for Artificial Intelligence is an annual plan, which aims to achieve key targets of Dubai’s economic agenda D33 by adding AED 100 billion from digital transformation to Dubai’s economy and increasing economic productivity by 50% through innovation and the adoption of digital solutions," said His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai's Crown Prince and Chairman of the Executive Council of Dubai.

"We will annually review, update and introduce new projects under this plan, ensuring it keeps pace with all developments. Dubai is a city centered around its people, and to this end, we will dedicate all our resources and energy to make it the happiest place in the world," he added.

 

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