Students of Văn Hiến University’s tourism faculty get onsite practice. — Photo courtesy of Văn Hiến University HCM CITY — Việt Nam needs a holistic approach to developing human resources for continued success in tourism, experts have said. Development of human resources involved designing tourism-related education and training programmes, offering innovative tourism certification courses and updating the information technology software system, Joseph T.C. Lee, founder of Malaysia-based Applied Research Institute for SMEs & Entrepreneurs, said. Training and development of tourism manpower should be guided by qualified and experienced trainers or tourism industry veterans who have been exposed to all aspects of tourism business, he told a workshop on the subject in HCM City yesterday. Local universities and colleges as well as internationally recognised foreign higher education institutions should offer industry-driven qualifications … [Read more...] about Việt Nam turns attention to training human resources for tourism
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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?
In the meeting of the HCMC People’s Committee to announce results of the first stage of implementing the project ‘Transforming HCMC into a smart city in the period from 2017 – 2020, with a vision to 2025', the secretary suggested the city People’s Committee should carefully research suitable management models for each local public service. He also mentioned about the provision of necessary addresses of all state centers, departments, and industries in the city, along with databases, as soon as possible so that urban citizens are able to access. Requesting district leaders to propagandize adequate information to residents, the Secretary said “The smart city must be ready for the public as of November 23”, which is 2 years from the project signing date. Regarding inspection processes, Mr. Nhan asked that the HCMC People’s Committee check and have a clear plan to publicly update results made by the HCMC Inspectorate by November 2019 in … [Read more...] about City management to be scientifically done: HCMC Party Chief
Specialist Doan Huu Long (C) and other MMS.Net project members are honored at the 2018 Seoul International Invention Fair in the Republic of Korea. The software has helped the health sector use human resources efficiently and provide high quality healthcare in remote areas. Specialist Doan Huu Long, the head of the MMS.Net project, says software has been used mainly at district and provincial hospitals which have modern technical infrastructure and qualified staff. But commune and ward clinics lack that level of facilities and human resources. “This software is a response to the fact that healthcare workers at the grassroots level need a tool to improve their services. Until now, there has been no effort to develop software to help grassroots level clinics perform examinations and treatment. Nor has there been an integrated IT solution for the entire healthcare system. That’s why we created this comprehensive medical management software,” Long said. After 4 … [Read more...] about Vietnam-made software saves money, improves grassroots medical services
Big Data and artificial intelligence, with their never-before-seen growth, are having a strong impact on society. Data has the potential to contribute to the development of humanity, but also poses unpredictable risks without proper governance. Pierre Bonnet, COO of Orchestra Networks cum CEO of Orchestra Networks Vietnam, talking about data management Technology has changed the way we live, work, think, and interact with one another. It can even change human nature. To foster sustainable growth, politicians and upper managers must take IT systems into account in a strategic way. The wealth of companies depends on their ability to manage information as a real asset. At the conference on data management themed “The new challenge beyond Industry 4.0,” Pierre Bonnet, COO of Orchestra Networks cum CEO of Orchestra Networks Vietnam, a leading provider of Master Data Management (MDM) software confirmed that “data knows us better than we know ourselves. Data grows … [Read more...] about Data Management – the new challenge beyond Industry 4.0