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Digital transformation and the concerns of human resource disruption

Economic experts say that to have human resources who can adapt to the digital economy, Vietnam must focus on training.


Robots given to hospital to help protect frontline health workers from COVID-19

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on Thursday donated three Ohmni Robots to the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases to help protect frontline doctors and nurses from COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.

Vietnam’s automation future at work

Are robots coming to take Vietnamese jobs? Are iPads invading Vietnamese workplaces? 

Coronavirus: Will Covid-19 speed up the use of robots to replace human workers?

Robot workers can help us keep social distance but once machines take over it will be hard to go back.

Robots deployed in high-risk infection areas to combat COVID-19

The Ministry of Science and Technology’s Military Medical Academy has successfully manufactured a robot that can support healthcare workers caring for COVID-19 patients. 

Hanoi university uses robot for mask wearing reminders

Hanoi University of Engineering and Technology has piloted the use of a robot to remind its staff to wear masks for Covid-19 prevention.

As securities services go digital, will robots replace brokers?

 Big securities companies are trying to catch up with the technological revolution in the financial industry by employing robots and artificial intelligence (AI) to provide services for their clients.


Robotics helps change VN manufacturing

The application of robots in manufacturing industries is nothing new to the factory floor.

Vietnamese workers to compete with robots for jobs

VietNamNet Bridge - Instead of resisting the robotization trend or the 4.0 revolution, cheap labor markets like Vietnam should learn to live with the trend, experts say. 

CES 2018: Were robots more than a gimmick at the tech show?

 If you've ever wanted a robot to do the vacuuming, then the CES tech show has something for you.

Here come the robots: Davos bosses brace for big technology shocks

 Implantable mobile phones. 3D-printed organs for transplant. Clothes and reading-glasses connected to the Internet.

Creative youth ignore downturn blues

 VietNamNet Bridge – Despite the global economic slowdown, many young entrepreneurs have remained adventurous and found ways to excel, particularly in creating their own products for domestic and export markets.