The Hanoitimes – Vietnamese scientists and engineers tend to excel in the fields of mathematics and computer science, which require little capital to set up a laboratory. Latest technologies to be showcased at Vietnam Industry 4.0 Summit 2018 Vietnam encounters challenges as accessing the industry 4.0 innovation Vietnam’s Industry 4.0 challenge is the human resources, local media cited a recent article by the Singapore-based RSIS International Research School. The article said that Vietnam’s human resources are lagging behind other ASEAN countries and Vietnam has no clear policy or priority for science and technology. Although Vietnam has a large number of scientists and engineers, qualification is still an issue. Vietnam is lagging behind other ASEAN countries in the rankings of research institutions and universities. Vietnamese scientists and engineers tend to excel in the fields of mathematics and computer science, which require little capital to set up a laboratory, according to the article. Research organizations tend to conduct independent study with little or no cooperation with other domestic organizations. Illustrative photo. Source: Internet In terms of policies, Vietnam lacks strategies or priority to set the directions for science and technology. For example, the number of computer science graduates is insufficient to… Read full this story
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