The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is not going to be apprehensive about China’s rising dominance throughout the know-how sector, in line with the nation’s artificial intelligence minister.
It comes at a time of widespread concern over Chinese tech massive Huawei. The world’s largest telecom instruments maker is coping with restrictions from quite a lot of nationwide governments, amid heightened fears its merchandise might presumably be used for spying.
Huawei has on a regular basis insisted it follows legal guidelines wherever it operates.
“We are a very collaborative country, we have worked with everyone from everywhere on earth,” the UAE’s Omar bin Sultan Al Olama instructed CNBC’s Hadley Gamble on the Word Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos on Wednesday.
“I believe that every country has something for us to learn from, every country has an angle that we can work with them on. I also believe that there needs to be a continuous global dialogue on how we can leverage technology (and) how we can work together,” he added.
China has openly declared its intent to develop to be a world tech chief over the next decade, investing an entire bunch of billions of in utilized sciences like AI and autonomous vehicles.
Several western governments have expressed concerned about ties between tech massive Huawei and the Chinese authorities.
“We need to ensure that the playground globally for every citizen anywhere on earth is a fair playing field,” Al Olama talked about.