Politburo member and Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan (R) meets with received Senior Vice President of the US-ASEAN Business Council Michael Michalak on June 17 (Photo: VNA) HCM City (VNA) – Politburo member and Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan received Senior Vice President of the US-ASEAN Business Council (UABC) Michael Michalak on June 17 to discuss ways to bolster cooperation in improving local human resources quality. At the meeting, the host highly valued efforts by Michalak, who is also a former US ambassador to Vietnam, to help promote bilateral relations in a result-oriented manner. He noted that on the basis of the two countries’ sound relations, partnership between HCM City and the US has also reaped good outcomes, especially in trade, investment and education. Nhan asked the UABC Vice President to continue helping US businesses to learn about the local investment climate, and invest in HCM … [Read more...] about HCM City, US seek to boost ties in human resources development
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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, … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s Industry 4.0 challenge is human resources
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?
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc attends the Viet Nam Tourism Human Resources Forum in Ho Chi Minh City on the morning of April 12. Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc attends the event The event attracts more than 300 delegates who are representatives of relevant ministries and agencies, provincial departments of tourism, as well as leading experts and tourism training institutions, both at home and abroad. The inaugural edition of its kind aims to seek solutions to improve the quality of human resources training for the tourism industry, towards developing it into a spearhead economic sector. According to the organisers, Viet Nam’s tourism human resources have recorded significant progress in terms of quantity and structure. The quality of tourism human resources has been gradually enhanced. Currently, there are 346 tourism training institutions at all levels from the primary to university level throughout the country, including 63 in HCM City alone (24 universities, 20 … [Read more...] about Prime Minister attends National Tourism Human Resources Forum
Technology growth means a lot of jobs will vanish.(Photo: thejakartapost.com) Jakarta (VNA) – The Indonesian government has paid attention to improving the human resources’ quality to fit requirements of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In its article “Education institutions told to develop human resources for Industry 4.0”, Jakarta Post said that the government has urged education institutions to cooperate in developing manpower for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati called for an upgrade in the current educational system, and said that the government had allocated 20 percent of its total budget this year for education, equal to 35.4 billion USD. “Improving education is a part of President Joko Widodo’s plan to invest in human resources”, Jakarta Post quoted Mulyani Indrawati as saying. She suggested the country require an early start to education to prepare its human resources sooner as part of the … [Read more...] about Indonesia improves human resources for Fourth Industrial Revolution