The Hanoitimes - The cooperation is aimed to meet demand for researches and implemented high techniques by a large number of engineers graduated from different universities across Vietnam.
Japan’s PIXTA Inc. has collaborated with a Vietnamese university to carry out collaborative researches about machine learning and computer vision with an aim to contribute to improve level of IT human resource in Vietnam.
With a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed last week, PIXTA VIETNAM and Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST)’s School of Applied Mathematics and Informatics (SAMI) will partner to research and implement AI on over 40 million high quality and high resolution images from Pixtastock.
Specifically, PIXTA VIETNAM’s LAB Team professors and students of SAMI will work together for the improvement of search accuracy and share experiences through the collaborative research, according to VEHO Press Office, which provides information on Japanese businesses in Vietnam.
Representatives of SAMI and PIXTA VIETNAM at the MoU signing ceremony. Photo: VEHO Press
The cooperation is aimed to meet demand for researches and implemented high techniques by a large number of engineers graduated from different universities across Vietnam. HUST, for example, as the first technology university in Vietnam, has about 40,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree students.
For such a reason, PIXTA VIETNAM wants to expand their business by utilizing potential of Vietnamese engineers and contribute to raise level of Vietnamese IT human resources.
Accordingly, PIXTA VIETNAM will conduct researches and developments of high quality image AI in medium and long term regarding automated tag annotation for over 40 million images; the prediction of well-selling materials; and the providing of high quality image AI for outsides.
The cooperation is in line with Vietnam’s efforts to boost machine researches and AI development to improve IT human resource in the course of the Industry 4.0.