Vietnam is facing a big shortage of human resources for artificial intelligence.
Naver, a technology corporation dubbed "Korea's Google", has debuted a programming center in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam has climbed 14 places to the 62nd in the 2021 Government Artificial Intelligence (AI) Readiness Index.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has advanced at lightning speed over the past decade and has become the hot topic of many domestic and international seminars.
Applying artificial intelligence in the hydro-meteorological sector is essential, said Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Le Cong Thanh.
It has been warned that in the 4.0 revolution, robots will gradually replace humans in some fields. But under the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, this process has occurred faster.
Cyber Apply Vietnam, EM&AI, MOVAN ISO, tMonitor and MiSmart are five startups selected by the Vietnamese Ministry of Science to introduce to investors.
This shortage of talent is a huge challenge for the country to realize its goal of becoming a center of artificial intelligence (AI) development in the region and the world.
This event will be held on October 27 to provide information about AI cooperation programs between the two countries and exchange experiences in building and developing AI community.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is now at the center of the technology world. Many countries around the world have largely invested in AI and Vietnam is no exception.
Vietnam holds huge potential in the application and development of new technologies amid the wide utilisation of robot and artificial intelligence (AI) in daily life activities.
In the past few days, the news about two Vietnamese engineers who surpassed 1,600 teams to win the international Show US the Data contest has attracted public attention.