Two Vietnamese IT engineers have passed Google’s TensorFlow Developer Certificate Exam which tests candidates’ ability to develop and train deep-learning models using TensorFlow.
More than 90 percent of IT firms in Vietnam want to hire more staff and expand their business after the pandemic, according to the latest report by Navigos Group.
The Prime Minister has launched an initiative to restructure the services sector using advanced technology and artificial intelligence to improve competitiveness.
The central city of Da Nang is piloting the use of automated paper delivery kiosks as an effort to boost the application of information technology in administrative reform to better serve enterprises and people.
Information and technology (IT) firms will lead the country’s digital transformation in all sectors, said Phan Tam, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications (MIC).
The Vietnam Information Technology Outsourcing (VNITO) Conference will take place in Ho Chi Minh City from October 23 to 25.
The Vietnam Golden Book of Innovation 2018, which gathers outstanding innovative projects and solutions in science and technology, made its debut in Hanoi on Thursday.
Vietnam should capitalise on advancements in technology in order to restructure its agricultural sector based on three key pillars, said Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Ha Cong Tuan, on July 12.
The Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) launched Vietnam’s 50 Leading IT Companies 2018 programme in Hanoi on July 3.
Forbes has predicted that Vietnam is on the path to become a hot spot for IT outsourcing and will soon become a world powerhouse in this field.
Monkey Junior by the Early Start Company won gold prize at the ASEAN ICT Award after winning at the Vietnamese Talent Awards.
Vietnamese e-commerce startups are capable of competing with international companies, which are increasingly coming to Viet Nam to set up business, delegates heard at a forum yesterday in HCM City.
Domestic software developers are expecting that North America will become the second market for Vietnamese outsourcing companies, after Japan.