Divided into seven sub-pillars: government strategy, research and development, talent, infrastructure, operating environment, and commercial, the world ranking of artificial intelligence is based on more than 100 indicators
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) ranked first on a global scale in the field of Artificial Intelligence, according to the Government Strategy Index for AI.
Issued by Tortoise Intelligence, which does an overall evaluation of more than sixty countries in the world, the Government Strategy Index for AI is one of the indicators of the global classification of artificial intelligence. Germany and China ranked second and third, respectively.
Divided into seven sub-pillars: government strategy, research and development, talent, infrastructure, operating environment, and commercial, the world ranking of artificial intelligence is based on more than 100 indicators.
Issued by Tortoise, which is an international company that has a global advisory board that includes experts in artificial intelligence from around the world, the Kingdom ranked first in the Government Strategy Index for AI and secured the 31st position in the total classification indicators.
With a score of 100% in the required criteria of the index related to AI, the kingdom has achieved a huge milestone.
The creation of the National Strategy for Data and AI (NSDAI), the establishment of a specialised governmental authority for artificial intelligence, the provision of funding and budget allocation for AI initiatives, and the development and monitoring of national objectives related to artificial intelligence are the measures undertaken in the Kingdom.
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