AI could be key to moving the Middle East from its reliance on oil
The most significant relative gains in the region are expected in the UAE where artificial intelligence is expected to contribute almost 14% of GDP in 2030, followed by KSA (12.4%). The impact could be even larger if governments continue to push the boundaries of innovation and implementation of AI across businesses and sectors between now and 2030.
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