March 31, 2022

The YSEALI Academy at Fulbright University Vietnam Information Session Webinar Announcement

March 31, 2022

The YSEALI Academy will hold its special Information Session Webinar for the 2022 Technology and Innovation Seminar on Digitization of Trust.  

In the information session, participants will get to know about the Seminar’s curriculum and activities, as well as a live Q&A session with our YSEALI Academy’s team.  

The Information Session Webinar will be taken place on Friday, April 1st from 7PM to 8PM (Hanoi/Bangkok, GMT +7) via Zoom.  


Vladimir Mariano, PhD, YSEALI Academy, YSEALI Academy Lead Faculty for Technology and Innovation 
Huyen T. Tran, MA, YSEALI Academy Program Officer 
・Lai Cheng Wong, Manager at SEAMEO RESCAM, YSEALI Academy Alumni of 2021 Technology and Innovation Seminar  

Register to join us:  

To apply: 

Seminar schedule: 

  • Enrollment: March 7 – April 7, 2022 
  • Announcement of Result: 29 April, 2022 
  • Seminar dates: May 30 – June 10, 2022 (two weeks, ten working days) 

In the two-week-long seminar on Digitization of Trust, the fellows will learn about A.I. technologies that redefine our concept of “trust” and how they are changing our society both beneficially and negatively.  The fellows will acquire skills to critique and carefully adopt current A.I. technologies as well as the ones they will encounter in the future. The major topics include: 

  • Understanding the Bias of A.I. and Its Influence on Decision Making 
  • The Rise of Synthetic and Manipulated Media 
  • Blockchain and the Automation of Trust 
  • Legal Implications of A.I. Decisions 

The seminar will be opened to 35 YSEALI Academy fellows who are young professionals between the ages of 25-40, highly qualified and motivated, from all 10 ASEAN member countries and Timor-Leste. Once selected, all participants will be fully funded by the U.S. Department of State to attend the seminar. The lectures, panels and teamwork sessions of the seminar will be mainly conducted in the afternoon and evening (GMT +7) with the expected participating time of 48 hours. 

Find out more about the seminar program HERE.

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