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The fact that some countries were able to upgrade their national ranking because of technology application is an inspiration for developing countries like Vietnam.
Changing the role of teachers in classrooms and upgrading the quality of lessons, AI is expected to change the face of education in the future.
Vietnam strives to have at least 100,000 digital technology firms by 2030. It is expected that the digital economy would make up 30 percent of GDP by that time.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is now bringing immense prospects to Vietnamese enterprises to conduct digital transformation and smart production.
The goal of having 30 percent of online public services at level 4 may be unattainable if the building of e-government does not succeed.
Vietnam is an attractive investment destination in the 4.0 era, but it has a weak point, limited automation capability.
The need for laborers is expected to become more serious when the EU-Vietnam FTA (EVFTA) takes effect.
A survey conducted at Japanese-invested enterprises found that 100 percent of new engineering graduates in Vietnam have to be retrained for one or two years to satisfy requirements of enterprises.
School leaders and education experts are promoting open libraries at school, saying that now is the right time to shift from traditional to e-libraries.
Nine out of 10 businesses are involved in digital transformation and three of 10 say the transformation has brought big benefits, according to Truong Gia Binh, chair of Vinasa.
The scenario that 85 percent of garment workers would lose jobs to robots because of the 4.0 industry revolution will not happen in Vietnam in the next 10 years, businesspeople say.
VietNamNet Bridge - Believing that they are at a disadvantage, digital content firms have proposed establishing a special zone.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam has become a magnet for foreign technology firms, thanks to a workforce with high qualifications and competitive salaries.
While many enterprises have begun using technological solutions to improve productivity, small companies, which account for the largest proportion of total enterprises, do not have enough money to do this.
VietNamNet Bridge - While robots have been used widely at many factories around the world, few are seen at factories in Vietnam, according to La Manh Hung from University of Nevada.
Research and development activities in AI technology have gained initial achievements in Vietnam, according to Vu Duy Thuc, the co-founder of VietAI, an artificial intelligence organization representing the community.
VietNamNet Bridge - Consumer habits have changed as technologies have penetrated every aspect of life, leaving product and service providers with no other choice than to adapt.