A new report examines the trends affecting the development in Vietnam’s digital economy until 2045
The next wave of digital technologies – artificial intelligence, blockchain, the Internet of Things, and platforms and cloud-based services – has the potential to transform Vietnam into Asia’s next high-performing economy, and to bring up the living standards of all of Vietnam’s citizens over the coming decades.
CSIRO’s Data61, the data and digital specialist arm of Australia’s national science agency, and Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology have developed Vietnam’s Future Digital Economy: Towards 2045, a report that examines the trends affecting the development of Vietnam’s digital economy until 2045 and identifies four possible future scenarios for the country.
This is the second report delivered as part of the Australian Government’s Aus4Innovation program, an AU$10 million strategic initiative designed to strengthen links between the Australian and Vietnamese innovation systems.
The first report, Vietnam Today, examined the state of Vietnam’s macro economy and digital economy in 2018.