In the framework of VinFuture Science Week, the forum ‘Science for Better Life’ was held yesterday along leading international scientists to discuss the future of energy, AI, and global health with the implementation of science.
As the Covid-19 pandemic is threatening the medical safety of all people living in Vietnam, AI tools and technologies have been actively exploited by several state agencies, the medical staff to gradually manage every stage of this crisis in hope of bringing the country back to the new normal state as soon as possible.
The Prime Minister right at the beginning of this year released the national strategy for AI research, development, and implementation until 2030, in hope of making breakthroughs in the field in Vietnam. During the Covid-19 pandemic in the country, AI has played an important role to help relieve the burden of the medical staff and disease prevention forces.
Director of the Health Ministry's Department of Medical Examination and Treatment Luong Ngoc Khue has just shared with the press about the development of specific AI-based software to quickly detect the highly risky among Covid-19 patients so that timely treatments could be provided to avoid morality.
As revenues from traditional telecoms services like calls, SMS, and Internet provision are significantly affected due to price competitions, giant telecoms enterprises in Vietnam such as VNPT, Viettel, and MobiFone have decided to turn to digital technologies for more profits.
After the successful introduction of ‘Nha Be Online’ app last year to monitor construction status, at the moment, Nha Be District in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is planning to employ AI in rating citizen satisfaction with state officers and remote sensing images to manage its resources.
A series of monitoring cameras have been installed in several districts of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). They are connected to form a digital public security system for each district. Thanks to the data captured by them, the police have been able to solve many crimes, from minor to serious, in order to ensure safety of citizens living in the city.
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) People’s Committee has just organized a meeting about strategy planning for the national Artificial Intelligence (AI) development and preparation tasks for the upcoming Vietnam AI Festival 2020. The meeting revealed the municipal authorities’ strong will to boost AI programs in the city.
The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) People’s Committee and the World Bank today co-organized the conference ‘International and Domestic Experience in Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research and Application – Recommendations for HCMC’, aiming at establishing an AI implementation ecosystem from 2019 – 2025 and forming feasible solutions for AI development programs in the city until 2020.
The final round of the third digital race, themed ‘Let’s Run the Race’, was held in Hanoi on May 25. The champion of the contest, MTA –R4F team from the Military Technical Academy, was announced after two challenging sub-rounds.