Tag: "ai"

Smart technology in the spotlight in Hanoi

Smart technology in the spotlight in Hanoi

Vietnam has a solid foundation for information technology but must constantly strive to be globally competitive, Hajime Hotta, co-founder of Innovatube and president of Cinnamon AI Labs, said at the Hanoi technology event at the weekend.

Surge expected in need for new workers

Surge expected in need for new workers

Recruitment demand is expected to rise for the rest of the year as companies plan to expand their production, labour market reports have revealed.

Three Vietnamese teams get Facebook sponsor package

Three Vietnamese teams get Facebook sponsor package

The three best teams won sponsor packages from Facebook (FbStart) worth US$80,000 each at the TOPICA AI Edtech Asia Hackathon 2017, the largest artificial intelligence contest in Southeast Asia.

President Ho Chi Minh biopic to be screened

President Ho Chi Minh biopic to be screened

The documentary “Nguyen Ai Quoc-An so o nuoc Phap” (Nguyen Ai Quoc- the unknown in France), featuring President Ho Chi Minh’s activities in France, is set for release on Vietnam Television (VTV)’s VTV Special on May 18 to celebrate the leader’s 127th birthday.

International tourism expo opens in Hanoi

International tourism expo opens in Hanoi

VOV.VN - One of the country’s premiere tourism expos has opened at the International Exhibition Centre in Hanoi amid an optimistic but nervous outlook for luxury travel to Vietnam during the upcoming year.

Vietnam Earth Hour 2017 ambassadors named

Vietnam Earth Hour 2017 ambassadors named

VOV.VN - Names of celebrity ambassadors for the Vietnam Earth Hour 2017, a worldwide volunteer movement dedicated to saving the planet, have been announced, reports the Phap Luat online newspaper.

Pre-Tet visits paid to former State leaders, the poor

Pre-Tet visits paid to former State leaders, the poor

A Hanoi delegation led by Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Hoang Trung Hai and Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung visited former Party, State and National Assembly leaders on the threshold of the Lunar New Year (Tet).