Vietnam needs to address its human resource issues to fully capitalise on AI A PwC study shows that the application of big data and AI into maintenance operations could increase by 38 per cent in the next five years. This technology allows companies to better understand assembly lines and anticipate maintenance errors. Thus, manufacturing companies are no longer dependent on a fixed maintenance schedule. If it is possible to predict technical errors, factories can avoid production disruptions, improve the life circle of machines and equipment, as well as stabilise production. In particular, intelligent robots with the ability to perform complex operations requiring high precision can soon replace people in dangerous stages, thereby increasing productivity and safety levels in factories. Not only in manufacturing, but many telecom companies have started AI applications in managing mobile phone subscriptions. VNPT has been actively investing in human resources to master many AI … [Read more...] about Will human resources become the weak point of AI?
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Miss Vietnam H’hen Nie was selected as the 2018 winner in the culture-arts category (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Ten winners of the Outstanding Vietnamese Young Faces Award 2018, an annual national award to honour young people at home and abroad who have excelled in various categories, have been announced. In the culture-arts category, Miss Vietnam H’hen Nie was selected as this year’s winner. H’hen Nie was born in 1992 into a farming family in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak. She won the Miss Universe Vietnam pageant in 2017 and finished in the top five at the global Miss Universe 2018 competition held in Thailand. H’hen Nie has actively engaged in charitable activities in all regions across the country, especially with programmes to support people living with HIV-AIDS, while inspiring students, especially girls, and assisting poor families. Along with helping raise public awareness of HIV, H’hen Nie has worked hard for gender … [Read more...] about Ten outstanding young faces of 2018 announced
Their first product, MicroDragon, has been launched into space, bringing with it the intellect and space conquest aspiration of young Vietnamese people. Following the launch of MicroDragon in January 2019, Vietnam plans to launch the NanoDragon satellite in 2020. The 50-kilogram MicroDragon was sent into orbit aboard a Japanese rocket and is tasked with observing, taking photos and monitoring the quality of coastal water to serve the fishery industry. The satellite is also designed to detect cloud coverage to help with atmospheric correction, and receive and transmit signals between two distant locations on earth. With MicroDragon, Vietnam can improve its capacity in natural disaster prevention and climate change mitigation. In the meantime, the under-10-kilogram NanoDragon is being developed by the VNSC’s engineers and experts in Vietnam. The satellite will be given the task of testing the technology to control the direction of satellites in orbit and receive automatic vessel … [Read more...] about Realising Vietnamese dream of space exploration
The Resolution was adopted at the 8th plenum of the 12th Party Central Committee. The following are key parts of the Resolution for reference: I - SITUATION AND CAUSES 1. Background and situation It is forecasted that in the coming time, the international situation will continue to witness many complicated developments, especially the strategic competition between big countries and maritime boundary sovereignty disputes and disagreements among countries in the East Sea. Trans-boundary environmental pollution, climate change and sea level rise have become urgent global problems. Sustainable development and harmony between development and marine conservation have become the mainstream. Globalization and revolution of science and technology have created many opportunities and challenges. Still, in the country, macroeconomic stabilization, sustainable development; adaptation to climate change and sea level rise; security, social order and safety are big difficulties and challenges. 2. … [Read more...] about Party’s Resolution on strategy for sustainable development of marine economy
Lê Anh Tuấn, deputy director of the MoHA’s Institute for State Organisational Sciences, speaks at a press conference on Wednesday in Hà Nội.— Photo vov.vn HÀ NỘI — In a bid to improve the behaviour of civil servants and ensure professionalism and transparency while performing their duties, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has completed a code of conduct for civil servants. Lê Anh Tuấn, deputy director of the MoHA’s Institute for State Organisational Sciences, said at a press conference on Wednesday in Hà Nội that the MoHA would soon hold a meeting on the implementation of the code of conduct. According to Tuấn, there have been regulations relating to the code of conduct for civil servants. For example, the Law on Cadres and Civil Servants mentioned some rules that civil servants were expected to follow but the code of conduct written by the ministry consists of a set of rules that outline … [Read more...] about Code of conduct written to keep civil servants in line