(VEN) - The blockchain concept, which appeared around 10 years ago, has gained popularity the world over. In the digitization era, the impacts of blockchain can be seen in many sectors in developed countries. Is Blockchain the future of AI-based life? Dr. Chris Berg of the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub, Australia, spoke to Vietnam Economic News about the potential, trend and future of applying blockchain technology, in particular to the financial sector. What are the sectors that can apply blockchain technology? Blockchain technology is being used in fields as diverse as cryptocurrencies, the financial sector, supply chain management, health, and cultural industries. How would the blockchain impact the finance sector? What do you think is the current trend and how will it develop in the future? How can safety be ensured in applying blockchain technology in the finance sector and avoiding bubbles? The financial sector will be significantly disrupted by blockchain technology. … [Read more...] about Blockchain the way AI technology works in financial sector?
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Grab will invest $500 million more over five years to tap into opportunities in fintech, new mobility solutions, and logistics. The investment follows strong growth in the first half in Vietnam in transport, food delivery, and payments. Jerry Lim, country head of Grab Vietnam, talks with VIR’s Thanh Van about Grab’s next investment in Vietnam. Jerry Lim, country head of Grab Vietnam Grab is one of the largest tech investors in Vietnam. How do you feel about the achievements of Grab in the country? We have grown so much in Vietnam thanks to the support of the people and the government. We will continue to address the needs of customers. I think the only reason why people and partners support us is because we are solving their problems. We are creating more benefits for them. Moving forward, we will continue to improve and understand more the needs of Vietnamese consumers and the requirements of the government to bring the best services to Vietnam. By the end of … [Read more...] about Grab pushes ahead with $500 million expansion plan in Vietnam
Tony Gillies, editor in chief of Australian Associated Press. — Photo mediaweek.com.au Việt Nam News reporter Lê Hương interviews Tony Gillies, editor in chief of Australian Associated Press, on the sidelines of the 44th meeting of the executive members of the Organisation of Asia Pacific News Agency hosted by the Vietnam News Agency in Hà Nội on April 19. - Could you tell us how your agency has met the trend of watching video news online? - As a B2B operation AAP works closely with its subscribers to understand the impact of its content on their platforms. It is not just about the use of the content, it’s about how that content performs for their audience – how much they engage with it via views, likes or comments. Some AAP customers have been willing to share these analytics on the basis that if AAP content performs well it is better for them. AAP also works with analytics platforms that track AAP use and monitors the … [Read more...] about Great work by VNA to bring news agencies together: AAP editor
His class on Hon Chuoi, an island 32-kilometre west of the mainland to the of Song Doc town, Tran Van Thoi district in the southernmost province of Ca Mau, now has 23 pupils in different age groups. Phuc has to divide them into small groups graded from 1 to 5 to help them study better. Hon Chuoi island houses more than 40 households with over 129 people who mainly run their life by fishing. Phuc was honoured as one of 70 exemplary models standing out in the national patriotic emulation movement in 2018. He also received certificates of merit from the Ministry of Defence and the Ca Mau provincial People’s Committee in recognition of his excellent service for the army as well as significant contributions to socio-economic development the same year. In an interview granted to Nhan Dan (People) Newspaper Phuong Mai, Phuc revealed the story how a military man turned teacher on Hon Chuoi and his warm sentiment to the children there. Question: How can you handle a class with such … [Read more...] about Military-captain-turned-teacher Tran Binh Phuc: I am just doing a normal job
Thu Vân One year go, to this day, I was shivering in fury, agony and disbelief as I wrote an editorial about three kindergarten caregivers slapping the faces of 3-5 years old toddlers, even throwing them up in the air in anger. Today, those feelings are back in full force, and I still can’t control the shivering and the emotions. This time, it is a sixth grader in Quảng Bình Province at the receiving end of violence. In some ways, this is even worse. It was not an adult beating up a child, this time, horrific as that is. This time, an adult got the kids to be violent. Yes, this bears emphasising. An adult, a teacher no less, got her students, sixth graders, to engage in violence on their friend and classmate. The teacher forced the sixth graders to slap one of their classmates 10 times each, and the kid was slapped a total of 231 times for allegedly using foul language in class. Why 231? Because the crime had been “upgraded” to a higher … [Read more...] about We have been slapped. How do we turn the other cheek?