A shortage of resources as well as a modest number of AI firms have been the biggest challenges for the development of artificial intelligence (AI) in Việt Nam, said Bùi Thế Duy, deputy minister of Science and Technology.
Twelve world-leading experts on nano technology from Japan, Singapore and the US yesterday gathered at the “International Conference on Nano-technology and Materials Application” at Sài Gòn High-Tech Park (SHTP) in HCM City.
In one or two years, 5G technology will be ready for deployment in Việt Nam, according to Ericsson’s head of network solutions in Việt Nam, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar.
Việt Nam actively participated in forums and meetings of the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT) Wireless Group, and contributed possible recommendations on a harmonised frequency band plan for the 700 MHz band.
Newly appointed biology teacher Vũ Thị Mai Anh won first prize in food technology at Eureka 2017, a contest for research and technology students on the use of basa-fish fat for producing environmentally-friendly bio-plastics.
Việt Nam’s much vaunted digital access and advantages that arise from it could run out of steam unless it is renewed and made more substantial, experts say.
Cisco this week organised two seminars in Hà Nội and HCM City to introduce its ‘intent-based network’ which would help enterprises develop a digital-ready architecture to deal with challenges arising from rapid digitalisation.
The Friendly Guide application acts as a guide providing information to visitors. In the near future, guides may not be needed at Việt Nam’s museums at all.
New applications of stem cell and gene technologies as well as nanotechnology will be the focus of HCM City’s bio-tech programme to 2020, the deputy head of the city’s Department of Sciences and Technology has said.