Invited Speaker

The contribution of Artificial Intelligence to the significant achievements of Computer Vision today and the future trends of Computer Vision development.

Dr. Nguyen Khac CUONG
Head of the Department of Information Systems,
Faculty of Information Technology, Nha Trang University.

The contribution of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has played a pivotal role in the significant achievements of Computer Vision (CV) today. Through Machine Learning capabilities and complex data processing, AI has propelled the advancement of CV systems. Applications such as Facial Recognition, Object Classification, Medical Image Processing, and Autonomous Driving have all benefited from the integration of AI, leading to enhanced performance and capabilities.
Looking ahead, the future of CV holds promising developments. Continued progress in understanding and modeling image context, coupled with the evolution of powerful Deep Learning, is expected to further enhance the capabilities of CV systems in recognizing and interacting with the environment. Applications across fields such as healthcare, security, manufacturing, and more will continue to be optimized to deliver tangible benefits to individuals and society.
AI is playing a pivotal role in driving the development of CV, yielding significant advancements and paving the way for a promising future in applying this technology to crucial aspects of our lives.

Dr. Nguyen Khac CUONG is currently engaged in research and teaching in the field of Information Technology (IT). He has accumulated over 20 years of experience in the IT industry. Prior to his current position, he has held numerous significant roles in researching and developing HCI systems, integrating intelligent systems into smart cars, autonomous vehicles, signal processing systems derived from CCD, RADAR, LiDAR, and Laser Scanner sensors. Additionally, he has also participated in managing and developing various IT projects for major companies in South Korea. Dr. Nguyen Khac CUONG holds a Doctorate and Master's degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Yeungnam University (South Korea) and a Bachelor's degree in IT from Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Vietnam).