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The beginnings of a smart-city model

Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Da Nang, Nha Trang and Binh Duong are implementing administrative reforms to launch and speed up smart city projects to attract more foreign investors.

Workers must adapt to environments with more robots

It has been warned that in the 4.0 revolution, robots will gradually replace humans in some fields. But under the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, this process has occurred faster.


The medical 'butler' who never wears protective gear

Many patients at the COVID-19 resuscitation hospital in HCM City, managed by Hue Central Hospital, are receiving meals and medication from a robot.

'Make in Vietnam' robot delivers food and supplies to Covid-19 patients

VIBOT medical robots are playing an important role in transporting food, supplies for Covid-19 patients, and medical supplies from outside to isolation areas.


Robots used to treat severe Covid-19 cases in HCM City

The robots talk to Covid-19 patients and send information about the situation to medical experts. They can also transport food, drinks, and medical materials to patients' rooms.

Students create AI-based robot arm priced at VND1 million

With just VND1.2 million and a passion for scientific research, a group of students has successfully assembled a robot arm controlled by image recognition.

HCM City set to use robotic assistance for COVID screening calls

HCM City should soon start using a robotic assistant to automatically make phone calls to people to ask about COVID-19 symptoms and report to health officials for taking samples to test in time, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has said.

Universal Robots advises Vietnam’s manufacturers to deploy cobots

Universal Robots (UR), Denmark-based collaborative robots (cobots) manufacturer, has advised Vietnam’s manufacturing industry leaders to implement cobots to address skills and labour shortage as well as achieve higher productivity.

The future of teaching is here today

Imagine this ... A teacher that never gets tired, never complains, works for free, and no matter what, never gets irritated by misbehaving kids.

Open sources crucial for development of AI

According to some reports, Vietnam now ranks 21st in the world in terms of the development of artificial intelligence (AI), which is expected to contribute 12% to the country’s GDP. 

Vietnam’s first AI Robot excites techies

Tri Nhan, the first robot built in Vietnam with artificial intelligence (AI), is expected to be the future of teaching. With the ability to do maths, solve problems, and even read poems, the robot could one day become a teaching assistant.

Young teacher builds robot for use in Covid-19 treatment area

In order to reduce direct contact between doctors and patients, and cut purchasing costs for protective equipment, a young teacher in Can Tho has created a robot for use in a Covid-19 treatment area.

‘Robot army’ helps Vietnam fight Covid-19

Vietnamese-developed robots have been manufactured within a short time to be put into use in the fight against Covid-19.

VIBOT-1a robots can replace 3-5 medical workers

If the robot is put into operation in a large scale, it will undertake a lot of work which is being done by medical workers

Robot helps keep medical workers safe from coronavirus

As the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to spread nationwide, it’s safer if human-to-human contact is minimised.

Coronavirus: Tunisia deploys police robot on lockdown patrol

It quizzes people outside suspected of flouting the North African nation's coronavirus restrictions.

4.0 era: buy more robots or employ more workers?

Vietnam is an attractive investment destination in the 4.0 era, but it has a weak point, limited automation capability.

Will 85 percent of garment workers lose jobs in 4.0 industry era?

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.

Vietnam’s factories using more robots as production

VietNamNet Bridge - More automation manufacturers are entering the Vietnamese robot market, which as estimated by Universal Robots (UR) to have a value of $184.5 million by 2021.

How will robots affect human employment?

VietNamNet Bridge - The rapid development of AI technology and robotics has sparked concern about future society, when robots will replace humans in many jobs.