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The Saudi Company for Artificial Intelligence (SCAI), a company wholly owned by Saudi-based sovereign wealth fund, Public Investment Fund (PIF), is launching operations to grow and develop artificial intelligence (AI) and emerging technologies industries in Saudi Arabia. The company will focus on delivering end-to-end cutting-edge solutions across various disciplines in AI. These will apply to a wide range of use cases for both business and consumers in prioritised sectors for the kingdom such as energy and healthcare. SCAI chairman, H.E. Dr Abdullah bin Sharaf Alghamdi, said, "As PIF's arm in the AI and emerging technologies sector, the company will develop local capability, cutting edge technology and strategic partnerships to support creating Saudi-owned solutions in the AI ecosystem in line with Vision 2030 objectives of diversifying and growing the economy and improving the quality of life for Saudi citizens." Ayman AlRashid, CEO of SCAI, added that the company will be a key enabler to promote the national AI objectives and accelerate technological adoption across various sectors in the kingdom.
"SOUTH OF THE Huai river few geese can be seen through the rain and snow." In classical Chinese this verse is a breakthrough--not in literature but in computing power. The line, composed by an artificial intelligence (AI) language model called Wu Dao 2.0, is indistinguishable in metre and tone from ancient poetry. The lab that built the software, the Beijing Academy of Artificial Intelligence (BAAI), challenges visitors to its website to distinguish between Wu Dao and flesh-and-blood 8th-century masters. Anecdotal evidence suggests that it fools most testers.
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WHEN CORPORATE bosses want to impress investors they increasingly reach for the i-word. Mentions of "innovation" during the earnings calls of S&P500 firms have almost doubled in the past decade. And no other sector talks about it as much as the technology companies do. For Hewlett-Packard, a printer and personal-computer maker, innovation has on occasion become what location is to estate agents and education to Tony Blair: so important it has to be said three times in quick succession. Your browser does not support the audio element. Do they protest too much?
Non-fungible token (NFT) sales in 2021 were worth close to $25 billion (roughly Rs. 1,85,722 crore), proving that the sector saw tremendous growth within crypto assets, according to CoinMarketCap. Artificial Intelligence-generated NFTs are expected to be the next big boom within the space. As the name suggests, artificial intelligence Art or AI-generated art refers to any artwork created through the use of artificial intelligence and with companies like OpenAI launching its artificial intelligence programs that creates images from textual descriptions, AI art is more accessible than ever. British auction house Christie's during its fourth annual Art Tech Summit in August 2021 estimated a value of $93 million (roughly Rs. 691 crore) in NFT sales, suggesting that art NFTs have had a huge influence in 2021. Despite their importance, project like CryptoPunks and Bored Ape Yacht Club seem to have grabbed centre stage in the crypto art scene, dominated by cartoons and memes.
Artificial intelligence (AI) services can help companies analyze data, optimize their businesses, craft targeted ad campaigns, and even pilot autonomous machines and vehicles. That ongoing shift could enable the global AI market to grow at a compound annual rate of 40.2% from 2021 to 2028, according to Grand View Research. But that secular trend can also be confusing, since too many companies rely on AI as a buzzword instead of a business model. So today, I'll simplify that search process for investors by highlighting three reliable tech companies that will likely benefit from the long-term growth of the AI market. Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL), the parent company of Google, generates most of its revenue from online ads.
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Then you've probably seen a boab. Also known as the "tree of life", they can store 100,000 litres of water, which can feed, restore and invigorate nature even in the toughest of conditions. But the tree is not Australia's only boab -- in Melbourne, Boab AI is an investment company supporting a very different kind of ecosystem. "Artificial intelligence investment in Australia is a nascent but relatively new area where Victoria is leading the way," says Boab AI Managing Director Andrew Lai, a technology-focused venture capitalist who has helped hundreds of startups during his 15-year career. "Australia's share of world GDP is 1.8%, but our share of global AI funding is 0.22%, according to Pitchbook. So many people in Silicon Valley have become billionaires by investing in tech, but we just don't have that history and investment risk taking culture here. Most people just want to invest in real estate."