Hello! I'm Viet Anh - An Always-Curious Engineer with skills in Software Development, Computer Vision, and Robotics. I'm extremely motivated to apply AI and Software Engineering to solve real-world problems and deliver products that help to make the world better.
My updated profile & portfolio projects
Current open source projects I'm working on
- VIA Project - Self-driving learning kit for students: https://via.makerviet.org/vi/.
- Daisykit - AI framework for easy of deployment: https://daisykit.org/.
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Samsung SDS R&D Center Vietnam
Currently, I'm a member of AI Research Lab, where we research and apply solutions for vision manufacturing inspection and MLOps.
Oct 2020 - Oct 2021
VinGroup (VinAI + VinBigData)
- Joined Autopilot project at VinAI Research as an AI Engineer. Automated the data collection process, contributed to hardware, localization & mapping, LiDAR research, and a self driving car demo of Vingroup.
- Oct 2020 - Feb 2021: Participated in Vingroup AI Training Program for 120 engineers. Leader of a 4-engineer team to build 2 open source projects: Push-up Counter and VN AI Doctor.
Sept 2019 - Oct 2020
Kaopiz Software AI Team
- Built AI core for Image Processing, OCR, object detection, and segmentation.
- Optimized and deployed models for servers, desktop apps, mobile apps, and embedded systems.
- The best presentation award for thesis, later my project was recognized by NVIDIA as The Jetson Project of the Month October 2020.
- Runner Up - SoICT - IBM Hackathon 2020.
- Teaching assistant certification for a database course
- The First Prize - FPT's Driverless Car Challenge - University round.
- Global Project-based Learning Scholarship - Short-term robotics course in Tokyo - Japan.
Came back with programming by writing a chess program, which could use Spike chess engine to play chess with people. It was also in AutoIT language.
Learnt programming myself at 12, on a Intel Pentium 4 - 1GB RAM computer. The first program I wrote was in AutoIT language, and it could calculate the perimeter of a triangle given the measurements. I also wrote a program for managing my computer hard drives this year. I didn't learn programming much after that. However, I dreamed to become a computer engineer.
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