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DTU Students at the “AI Is Now” Seminar

On May 20, Kambria worked with DTU and the Ministries of Science and Technology and Planning and Investment to hold a seminar entitled “AI Is Now”, to provide young people with a clearer understanding of the role of artificial intelligence (AI) and the current state of the art in Vietnam. The seminar was the first event in the Vietnam AI Grand Challenge program, aimed at developing a viable community of AI engineers in Vietnam.
Sinh viên Duy Tân hòa mình vào S? ki?n Info Seminar “AI IS NOW”
DTU students and lecturers in IT at the AI Is Now seminar
The Vietnam AI Grand Challenge is a series of events which includes seminars, workshops, a hackathon, on “the ultimate personal assistants”, a grand finale during the AI4VN Week and a “CEO Roundtable”. To start with, several AI Is Now seminars will be held for young people interested in the development of AI technology and robotics, strengthening the thrust for the development of AI technology advancement in Vietnam.
Invited guests and speakers included Mr. Tu Nguyen, VietAI CEO; Mr. Anh Nguyen, AI researcher at Cinnamon; Mr. Tung Kevin Nguyen, JobHop Founder and CEO; Mr. Viet Ho, Daily Opt Founder and CEO; Mr. Le Tri Hai, Green Global CEO; and Mr. Gaurav Sharma, Senior Digital Technology Expert at McKinsey & Company. DTU was represented by Vice-Provost Dr. Nguyen Huu Phu, IT staff, lecturers and students.
Sinh viên Duy Tân hòa mình vào S? ki?n Info Seminar “AI IS NOW”
DTU Vice Provost Dr. Nguyen Huu Phu speaks at the seminar
“The term ‘AI’ is no longer unfamiliar to us, as a great many AI products are being put to everyday,” said Dr. Phu. “AI products are the brainwaves of talented and creative experts. Every year, DTU graduates hundreds of highly-qualified engineers, who strongly contribute to the development of Vietnamese science and technology. This seminar provides a deeper understanding of AI and robotics, to create the ideas to achieve your desired research objectives.”
Mr. Sharma, Senior Digital Technology Expert at McKinsey & Company, talked about ways that artificial intelligence is changing the global economy. He showed five examples of how investment in AI will continue to grow exponentially, and three trends currently making AI more accessible. A discussion between the DTU IT majors and the guests on the subject of “AI in Vietnam” ensued.
AI is becoming the focus of the technology community in many countries. Twenty EU members have proposed joint development strategies for AI research and education. Other countries are investing billions of dollars to become world leaders in the field. With the explosion of AI, Vietnam is gradually preparing to enter this difficult and challenging race. During the AI Is Now seminars and the Vietnam AI Grand Challenge, a hackathon will be held with prizes of up to $40,000, with the opportunity to present their winning projects to businesses. After Ho Chi Minh city and Danang, a seminar will be held in Hanoi.
(Media Center)