Digitisation of farming is inevitable and Vietnam should embrace it to resolve the agricultural paradox of producing more while preserving natural resources and to grab the opportunities brought by free trade agreements, experts have said.
The development of technologies such as 4G, 5G, internet of things and artificial intelligence has rapidly changed the healthcare sector’s landscape globally, including in Vietnam, with more organisations adopting digitisation, according to experts.
The Vietnam ICT Outlook 2018 (VIO 2018) event is scheduled to take place in Ho Chi Minh City on July 25 – 26.
Domestic small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should regard tech-driven innovations and digitisation as a guiding development trend when integrating into the global production and value chain.
2016 is an important milestone for Vietnam as we see the building blocks of the digital economy being laid down and catch a glimpse of the tremendous opportunities that technology can bring to our nation.