VOV.VN - The consulting firm McKinsey of the United States has recently published an article on its website praising the recovery capability of the Vietnamese economy after successfully containing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The central province of Thua Thien Hue has set a target of luring 20 domestic and foreign-invested projects with a total investment capital of about VND10 trillion (US$429.2 million) by the end of this year.
The number of detections of web threats in Vietnam fell by more than 30% last year compared to 2018, with 75 million different Internet-borne cyberthreats, according to Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) 2019.
Improving labour productivity is vital for Vietnamese businesses in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with rapid increases in digitalisation, robotisation and intelligent automation, experts said.
Digital transformation is not only a trend but also a must for small- and medium-sized enterprises as Industry 4.0 sweeps across the globe – while at the same time being an ideal solution for improving their competitiveness.
VOV.VN - A slew of domestic businesses have taken over specific solutions to seize imminent opportunities emerging from the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0).
Increasing internet and mobile network coverage has changed the way Tran Van Toan, a stock investor with 15 years’ experience in Hanoi, does business.
Machine learning and AI can play a powerful role in helping connected cities become smarter, cleaner, and more efficient.
Vietnam boasts great potential for agricultural development. Since doi moi was launched in 1986, appropriate orientations and policies have helped awaken this potential, greatly contributing to ensuring national food security, hunger eradication, and poverty reduction while further improving the livelihoods of rural people
Cashless payments would not only increase of the circulation of capital, it would also help boost the internet economy, said Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam.
Festo, a German supplier of automation technology and technical education, plans to expand investment in Vietnam to take advantage of the increasing foreign investment and production in the country.
VOV.VN - Vietnam appears poised to enjoy a leap forward in education thanks to an increasing contribution from the private sector and the use of cutting-edge technologies, Professor Ju-Ho Lee, former Minister of Education, Science, and Technology of the Republic of Korea and Chair of the Education Workforce Initiative has noted.
VOV.VN - Intelligence, science, technology, innovative ideas, and qualified human resources are the most important factors for development during the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Human - centered artificial intelligence (AI) is an approach that aims not to replace people but to enhance human life,Tran Minh Triet, deputy rector of HCM City’s University of Science, said at a recent conference in HCM City.
With its vast potential of e-commerce development thanks to surging IT and wide smartphone coverage, Vietnam is trying to build its own digital economy fuelled by a hallmark strategy on Industry 4.0 that is expected to help the country improve its competitiveness, attract more high-quality investment, and ensure sustainable growth.
Minister and Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung on October 2 affirmed that Vietnam has achieved the highest gross domestic product growth in the past nine years.
VOV.VN - The 19th International Agriculture Trade Fair, also known as AgroViet 2019, kicked off in Hanoi on September 26, drawing nearly 200 Vietnamese and foreign businesses.
VOV.VN - An estimated 158 exhibitors from 15 countries worldwide will participate in the International Precision Engineering, Machine Tools and Metalworking Exhibition & Conference, also known as MTA Hanoi 2019, which is scheduled to take place in the capital on October 16-18.
With Industry 4.0 knocking on its doors, Vietnam is seeking solutions and partnerships to promote digital transformation in the healthcare sector.
VOV.VN - The biggest challenge on the horizon caused by the Fourth Industrial Revolution is how people are able to keep pace with the trend of technological changes, said Nguyen Manh Hung, Minister of Information and Communications at the Digital ASEAN Workshop held recently by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Hanoi.