The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has donated three Ohmni Robots to the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases to help protect frontline doctors and nurses from COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
Vietnam could lose 5 million jobs to automation by 2020. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) made the alarming proclamation in the context of the rise of Industry 4.0 and Vietnam’s lack of human resource quality.
As many as five million workers in Vietnam are at high risk of losing their jobs by 2020 because of the boom in artificial intelligence, which may replace laborers with robots, according to a recent study by the International Labor Organization (ILO).
VOV.VN - The prediction of experts at a recent dialogue in Hanoi discussing the fourth industrial revolution is that the factories of tomorrow in Vietnam will be filled with vast armies of robots doing the work once done by humans.
Millions of textile & garment and footwear workers could be replaced with robots in the future.
Nearly 5 million workers in the textile, electronics and retail sectors will be affected by the technology movement, according to a survey by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Vietnam (VCCI) on labour market trends.
VOV.VN - Universal Robots (UR), a Danish manufacturer of smaller flexible industrial robot arms, based in Odense, on October 6 announced its plan to expand operation in Vietnam.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee plans to invest VND8 trillion (US$360 million) in buying new fire-prevention and fire-fighting equipment, including robots and boats.
In the 21st century, robots and unmanned vehicles no longer sound like science fiction.
Robots, despite being cheaper and more productive, will not immediately shift manufacturing away from countries abundant with inexpensive and low-skilled labour, such as Vietnam.
Robots successfully assisted the doctors at the National Hospital of Paediatrics's Centre of Paediatrics Endoscopic Surgery to conduct surgeries on ten patients since the centre became operational four weeks ago.
(VOV) - The two Vietnamese robots mRobo and DiscoRobo have captured visitors’ attention at the world’s largest consumer electronics show (CES 2013) in Las Vegas, US.