The pair, Nguyen Quan Anh Minh - a 1997-born AI engineer - and Nguyen Tuan Khoi - a 1994-born data engineer, will receive a cash prize of US$30,000.
In addition to the award, the solution proposed by these two young engineers is expected to be applied to data analysis in the United States.
“Show US the Data” challenges data scientists to help show how publicly funded data and evidence are used to serve science and society, said a statement on the Coleridge Initiative website.
It added that data, evidence, and science are critical if governments are to effectively combat pandemics, manage climate change and address many other challenges.
After nearly three months of competition, Anh and Khoi overcame 1,600 teams from many countries with advanced levels of technology to clinch the top position.
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