Artificial intelligence set to add $182bn to UAE economy by 2035

Artificial intelligence (AI) technology may boost the UAE’s economy by 1.6 percent and add $182 billion to its economy by 2035, according to a new report by Accenture. The report – which examined 15 industries in the UAE and 13 in neighbouring Saudi ... ( read original story ...)

Longer Visas Could Prop Up Sickly U.A.E. Property Markets

As homebuilders in Dubai and Abu Dhabi think up extravagant incentives to shake the property market out of its long slumber, the government will offer potential buyers something the companies can’t: the right to stick around. A decision to extend visas ... ( read original story ...)

Technology in focus at Emirati nursing forum

Speaking to attendees, Dr Yousuf Al Serkal, assistant undersecretary for hospitals at the Ministry, said the automation of nurses is a vital goal for the UAE. The Ministry therefore seeks to train nurses to use medical information technology to improve the ... ( read original story ...)

New visa and investment rules in UAE: Your queries answered

How did the UAE markets react to the news? Markets in the UAE rallied yesterday on the news, led mainly by property stocks: Shares of DAMAC and Aldar Properties both jumped over one per cent. Traders said the Cabinet decision will give comfort to investors ... ( read original story ...)

UAE’s 10-year visa expected to boost property market

The UAE’s property market is expected to be a key beneficiary of a new 10-year visa system announced on Sunday, investors and developers said. Trading of property stocks rose in Dubai and Abu Dhabi in early trading on Monday, with Dubai’s Emaar ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai Airports to cut energy costs with new Siemens tech

Dubai Airports will use Siemens’ data analytics and smart building technology to guarantee annual energy savings of almost 20 per cent per year at Dubai Airports’ facilities, by implementing energy efficiency measures at Terminal 1, Terminal 2 ... ( read original story ...)