Update news 4.0 industry revolution
Most Vietnam’s businesses are still “outside” the fourth industrial revolution. Industrial businesses have a low-level access to smart production.
The transaction value in Vietnam’s science-technology market posted average annual growth of 22 percent during the 2011-2020 period, a recent conference reviewing the 10-year development of the market heard.
There are many ways to make money in the 4.0 industrial era with the support of high technologies.
The goal of becoming a high-income country by 2045 can be attained only by investing heavily in science and technology, and innovation, experts say.
Vietnam’s labor productivity has been been surpassed by Laos and Cambodia is not far behind. Labor standardization and vocational skill development are facing ‘unprecedented’ challenges.
Noting that Vietnam will build a digital government based on open technology by developing platforms, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung says that Flex Digital has features that fit the orientation.
Members of a cooperative in a commune in Bac Kan, after using digital technology to advertise products, have seen incomes increase from VND1-1.5 million to VND3.5 million a month.
Vietnam’s recent efforts to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic and the determination to pioneer the digital transformation in the educational sector have been praised by international organizations and Harvard University professors.
Vietnam needs to increase expenditures on tertiary education in the context of the 4.0 industry revolution, experts say.
Thu Duc is expected to be the ‘nucleus’ of HCM City’s implementation of a smart, knowledge-based city, according to Director of HCM City Planning and Architecture Department Nguyen Thanh Nha.
The Axie Infinity game was made with blockchain technology with a high security level. It generates the highest revenue of any blockchain game in the world.
Truong Hong Thi and his co-workers have created Icetea Platform and are building apps with blockchain technology.
Instead of getting benefits from the US-China trade war as predicted, Vietnam’s garment companies are meeting difficulties as US importers are reconsidering business with Vietnam’s exporters.
Tran Anh Tuan, deputy director of the HCMC Center for Human Resources Forecasting and Labor Market Information, said that the risk of losing jobs has increased in the 4.0 industrial revolution era.
VietNamNet Bridge - If Vietnam maintains the old training methods, its students will be unable to satisfy the requirements of the 3.0 industry revolution, let alone the 4.0 one.