Robotics Infrastructure Strategies Related With Artificial Intelligence in Middle East Countries

Review Article


  • Mohsin R. Kareem University of Mustansiriyah Iraq
  • Saad M. Hassan University of Mustansiriyah Iraq



Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Economic, Efficiency


The majority of developed countries utilize the robotics approaches for the economic progress and attempt at adapting their economies for using those technologies in every field of economics, like the services and industry. The utilization and the concentration of the high-tech technologies to build economies has shown to be of a high rate of success in numerous countries which were amongst the major economies of the world after long ago being backward economies. The approach of the robots in every aspect of the life only expresses the new global orientation. The Middle Eastern countries, due to the fact that they are rich with massive natural resources, have the chance of benefiting from the modern technology and the high technology, particularly in the area of the robotics and the robotics networks generally in the industry and particularly the military manufacturing. The robotics networks can be considered as the most significant prospects for the economies of the Middle Eastern countries in the case where the political will and the strategic planning of those countries. The present study includes an explanation of the opportunity which is required for the Middle Eastern countries for the adoption of a national strategy which is associated with the robotics technology area and for benefiting from this technology, according to global reality, in which the robots became a base in providing services or even in the manufacturing, even though the majority of the world is using those methods in oil extraction


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How to Cite

Mohsin R. Kareem, & Saad M. Hassan. (2020). Robotics Infrastructure Strategies Related With Artificial Intelligence in Middle East Countries: Review Article. International Journal of Engineering Research and Advanced Technology (ijerat) (E-ISSN 2454-6135) DOI: 10.31695/IJERAT, 6(11), 13–16.