KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 — In an effort to strengthen technology tie-ups between Malaysia and the United Kingdom (UK), six UK Artificial Intelligence (AI) companies will set up operations in the country soon.
The UK’s Trade Commissioner for Asia Pacific Natalie Black said the collaborations are in line with aspirations by both countries to promote ethical AI, which has drawn concerns from some quarters lately.
“We have conducted government to government talks where we have met Communication and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo when he came to the UK earlier this year,” she said during NextBigTech Asia 2019 conference here, today.
The technological collaboration between Malaysia and the UK she said, could drive the adoption of AI in Industrial Revolution 4.0 at a faster rate as it could boost productivity across the board.
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