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Vietnam enlists South Korea's Naver to drive AI ambitions

Internet company is latest foreign player to invest in Hanoi's tech industry

Naver will work with Hanoi University of Science and Technology to launch Southeast Asia's first artificial intelligence research center. (Screenshot from Naver website) 

HANOI -- Vietnam has entered into a partnership with South Korea's biggest internet company as part of a national strategy that seeks to transform the Southeast Asian country into a global player in artificial intelligence by the start of the next decade.

Naver Group has teamed with Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST), one of the country's top institutions, to launch the Southeast Asia nation's first AI research center in the capital.

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