The World Economic Forum has opened a revolutionary center 4.0 in China, Singapore and will build in Vietnam in the coming time.
In the morning of September 11 in Hanoi, Minister of Science and Technology Chu Ngoc Anh had a meeting to meet Professor Klaus Schwab, Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF). Here Professor Klaus said, the WEF has opened a center for industrial revolution 4.0 in Beijing (China), Singapore and will build in Vietnam in the near future.
The 4.0 revolution is affecting many industries in society.
He appreciated the role of the Government of Vietnam, in which the Ministry of Science and Technology participated in setting up a policy mechanism to approach the 4.0 revolution, promoting the business environment, encouraging start-up businesses. innovation.
In particular he emphasized the environment ready for change, mastery and development of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, robots.
Professor Klaus Schwab (right) presented Minister Chu Ngoc Anh with the book "The Fourth Industrial Revolution" . (Photo: Media Center).
Minister Chu Ngoc Anh highly appreciated the WEF initiative and the Executive Chairman of the WEF organized an Open Forum on startup innovation in the framework of WEF ASEAN 2018. This is a good opportunity for Vietnam to absorb valuable information from the community, experts of WEF to develop Vietnam's innovative entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Mr. Chu Ngoc Anh informed, the Ministry of Science and Technology is cooperating with ministries and sectors to research and develop the Science, Technology and Innovation Strategy with vision to 2035 and the Industrial Revolution scenario. Wednesday for Vietnam.
The World Economic Forum on ASEAN (WEF ASEAN) 2018 takes place in Hanoi from September 11 to September 13 with the theme "ASEAN 4.0: Enterprise spirit and the 4th industrial revolution".
In the framework of WEF ASEAN 2018, September 11, the Ministry of Science and Technology coordinated with the World Economic Forum to organize an Open Forum on startup innovation. Minister of Science and Technology Chu Ngoc Anh and WEF Executive Chairman Professor Klaus Schwab co-chaired the Forum.
This year, 8 ASEAN countries will be attended by leaders, including the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Singapore, Laos and Vietnam.
The event attracted 1,000 delegates to attend and discuss regional issues, from politics, startups to jobs in the fourth industrial revolution. Leaders of 100 startups representing ASEAN's entrepreneurial spirit attended.