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40 leading experts discuss the potential of artificial intelligence in Vietnam
How is the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in Vietnam? - these are the issues revealed at the opening of the Vietnam Frontier Summit 2019 and will continue to be debated at the official event on the coming October 6 with the participation of 40 leading experts from the AI deploying domestic and international companies.


Mr. Nguyen Viet Tien, CTO of Teko Vietnam (middle) and Mr. Giap Van Dai, founder of Nami Assistant (right) were at VFS opening ceremony 2019.
On July 2 in Hanoi, rubikAI and VTV24 announced the opening of the Vietnam Frontier Summit (VFS) 2019 - one of the most anticipated annual technology events of the year. This year, the event has the topic of Intelligence in Motion (Potential for intellectual transformation in Vietnam).

Vietnam is considered a potential market for businesses with artificial intelligence compared to other countries in the region, but this technology is facing barriers both in terms of people and technology, according to speakers, AI expert at the opening.

Nami Assistant founder, Giap Van Dai, one of the AI / speaker experts at the opening, said that intellectual transformation in the business, in addition to applying technology 4.0 to the governance apparatus and operation, must also be the thinking innovation of leaders and employees.

This forum is organized to create opportunities for Vietnamese businesses and startups to consult experts in the field, seek opportunities for cooperation or explore applications of artificial intelligence.

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