Foreign money may support Russian AI

17 August 2019

Earlier this summer international investors gave the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) $2bn for investing in Russian companies that develop artificial intelligence solutions.

The government-owned fund was reported to have raised the amount from partners representing large sovereign funds and global corporations based in the Middle East and Asia. Co-investors from the United Arab Emirates were mentioned among others.

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