After Singapore, Vietnam’s digital push is getting widely noticed. Amidst the rapid developments and success in technological and digitalization investments, Vietnam seems slow to join the race. Experts consider that Vietnam has the potential to stand with other countries in terms of technology. Reportedly, it’s high time to promote development, research and blockchain technology application in Vietnam.
CEO of Defi for You, Adam Christopher has expressed his positive opinions on this matter. As per him, the pandemic can be treated as a golden period and can be leveraged to promote developments of blockchain tech and research and development on promotion of research. Blockchain is the most important keyword now.
Other alike feedbacks take confidence in the growth of blockchain tech and AI in Vietnam because of the digital transformation trend, emergence of large data sets and advanced computing power.
Vietnam, a traditionally Agrarian country, amidst all the virtual fanaticism and wilderness, has undergone transformation and changes in terms of tech, economy and science. These facts are explained by the first AI-driven educational robot.
The current mission of the country is to emerge as the middle power in the AI domain. Vietnam is hopeful to establish and build AI as an important tech. Reportedly, the plan is strong but will be possible to achieve if the research centers in Vietnam plan their success efficiently. Add to it, the country is also making efforts to pave a way into the top four in ASEAN by 2030.
To translate the dream into a reality, a proposal to establish 2 national AI innovation centers, 10 training and research institutions has been called for. The plan has to be implemented from 2025 to 2030.
Popular companies like Ekoios Technology (Blockchain, Web Development, Application Development), Agile Tech Vietnam (Quality Software), Sota Tek (Leading SDaasS & Blockchain Development Company), etc. have already adopted blockchain technology and AI. To add to Vietnam’s success graph, the nation is planning to include AI for accelerating productivity in public sectors and services to reduce waiting, processing time and surplus costs.