UAE has announced to issue 100,000 golden visas to programmers having the skills and experience that can help in the UAE software market and make them software leaders. The Arab nation is aiming to become a global tech investment hub and this kind of opportunity could be beneficial for the technology experts in the gas and oil sectors.
Local energy companies in the country are undergoing significant digital transformation to reduce their carbon footprints which is in line with the plans of the UAE to provide 100,000 golden visas to the best talents in the technological sector in the UAE and to experts around the globe.
As the world we live in is being rapidly changed by Artificial Intelligence (AI), UAE is positioning itself as a leader in the global arena of artificial intelligence by the year 2031. The development to provide golden visa on such a large scale coupled by UAE’s investment in software development and AI technology will therefore prove very important for the country’s national goals.
Several priority sectors are included, which are curated below:
· Resources and Energy
· Health Care
· Logistics and Transport
The 10th session of its regular digital industry frameworks was hosted by the Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy as part of its effort to enhance the sector, which has focused on the artificial intelligence (AI) industry and software development. Top executives, experts, business leaders, and entrepreneurs were present in the workshop and discussed the opportunities and challenges that have been faced by the company.
The Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy, and Remote Work Applications of the UAE, Omar Sultan Al Olama, who is also the Chairman of the Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, said that the nation is committed to unlocking the full prospects of the digital economy, which has grown two and a half times faster than the global GDP over the past two decades.
All relevant parties are being involved by the UAE in order to build a clear roadmap to revitalize the digital industry and make sure that the policies of the current government, strategies, and initiatives promote business friendliness and innovation for all sectors.
Dubai is aiming to become a destination of preference for international digital investment and global tech talent, and it is luring an increasing number of software development professionals. The “UAE Digital Economy Strategy” seeks to double the digital economy’s share of the UAE’s GDP to 19.4% over the course of ten years.