A quarter of Jordanian businesses regard AI as a top strategic digital priority © Getty Images/iStockphoto
A quarter of Jordanian businesses regard AI as a top strategic digital priority © Getty Images/iStockphoto

AI 'yet to gain traction' in Jordanian firms

16 July 2019

Jordanian businesses are yet to widely implement artificial intelligence (AI) technology despite recognising the opportunities it can bring, says Microsoft. 

A survey conducted by Microsoft found only 5% of Jordanian businesses considered themselves as advanced with regard to AI maturity.

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