VinAI Research has declared to organize an online event AI Day 2021 – Empowering Innovations that will be held on August 27, 2021, aiming to unlock solutions to developing artificial intelligence in Vietnam.
The event anticipates up to 2,000 participants, for the first time bringing together the world’s top-tier experts in AI and leading researchers in Vietnam to share ideas and perspectives.
“Over the years, AI has become an effective tool that helps solve difficulties as well as create many opportunities for Vietnamese businesses. Despite possessing great potential, the development of AI within the country still faces many challenges. As a leader in AI research and application in Vietnam, we aim to bring Vietnamese AI research and products to the world. Through AI Day 2021, VinAI wants to build a sustainable bridge between the world AI community and Vietnam, at the same time, help research teams and businesses solve challenges as well as improve technical competency, gradually reaching out to the world,” Hung Bui, Director of VinAI Research shared.
The event will be held online for 2 days, August 27- 28, 2021. The goal of AI Day 2021 is to promote AI research, development and application; contribute to solving challenging problems in the socio-economy; and help Vietnamese businesses apply new technologies to optimize their competitive advantages.
AI Day 2021 will feature 3 themes: “AI in Research and Development”, “AI for Innovations & Global AI Products” and “AI for Education”.
Key speakers at AI Day 2021 are the world’s most prestigious and influential AI researchers. One of them, Prof. Michael I. Jordan, the pathfinder of modern-day AI and Machine Learning (ML), will share his expert perspective on AI and speak at the first-panel discussion on the morning of August 27.
The world-famous speaker’s line-up at AI Day 2021 also includes Oren Etzioni (CEO of Allen Institute for AI – the research institute founded by late Microsoft co-founder, billionaire Paul Allen), Professor Masashi Sugiyama (Director, RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project, Japan’s No. 1 Research Institute for AI), Marian Croak (Vice President of Engineering at Google), Royal Society Research Professor – Andrew Zisserman (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford) and many other reputable experts.