According to Bobbi Stattelman, CEO of Falcons.AI, the UAE’s public sector and enterprises are eager to adopt the newest artificial intelligence (AI) technology, putting them well ahead of several industrialized nations.
A Ras Al Khaimah-based technology startup called AI offers AI solutions to businesses and governments in an effort to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and speed of human endeavors.
“We are excited about utilizing AI to enhance how things can be accomplished. Falcons. AI provides businesses with AI solutions that are excellent for both the businesses and their customers. All of our solutions are designed to be exceptionally simple, quick, and user-friendly. Falcons. The advising practice of AI assists businesses in reimagining ways to improve their current operations and develop new capabilities.
Stattelman is a multi-industry executive with a background in both finance and technology who holds an MBA from HEC Paris. She has over 15 years of expertise deploying enterprise-class data technology, including eight years as the managing Enterprise Data Vice President of one of the country’s leading banks.
Falcons CTO Michael Stattelman is her husband. With over 20 years of experience delivering cutting-edge solutions to a variety of industries, AI is a technology enthusiast. As the UAE pushes forward with cutting-edge technologies, he was asked what AI trends will change in 2023. He responded, “Based on the maturation of technology adoption in the consumer space, I see the AI trends carving out substantial space in foundational sectors. Due to their traditional age and importance to the community they serve, these industries have historically been resistant to quick technological change. There will be a noticeable increase in the use of AI in government, agriculture, logistics, and energy/utility.