Ki-Ki, the first Vietnam-made chatbot, was presented at Zalo AI Summit 2018 in late December 2018.— Photo enternews.vnViet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam, like many other countries, is in a bid to spur economic innovation with Artificial Intelligence (AI), but experts say the country is starting from at a low point and needs to make a huge effort to catch up with the global trend. Such efforts would include focusing investment on training skilled workers and building an open-source database. Bùi Hải Hưng, a researcher from Google DeepMind (USA), said the AI advances of the past decade could create comprehensive changes in global industries and services, from healthcare to energy. He believes the AI laboratories established so far in Việt Nam, such as those started by FPT and Zalo, are a good start. However, training in the field of AI remains limited due to a lack of funding, so State and business investment is sorely needed. “Although Việt Nam has paid great attention to AI applications, it still lacks a staff capable of accessing AI research at a global level,” Hưng said. Herve Vu Roussel, head of data engineering at Sentifi, acknowledged the problem. “A lack of engineers having… Read full this story
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