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Solution University Training Flexible Adapting to the Context of Digital Transformation

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The emergence of the Industrial Revolution 4.0, the digital trend or the digital transformation is really taking place strongly in all fields. The "core" issue of Industrial Revolution 4.0 is digital transformation, with the integration of digitalization, intelligent data connection and processing. The digital economy not only creates high scale and growth rate for economies, but also helps maintain more sustainable growth. This is because the core technology applied to the digital economy will help to create better and more effective solutions for people through the rational use of resources, minimizing pollution problems. The digital economy is part of the economy. Digital economy development is the use of digital technology and intelligent data processing to create new business models, create digital products or services or assist in providing digital services to businesses, with the convergence of modern technology platform. Recognizing the digital transformation trend, most developed economies in the world have adopted a digital technology development strategy. In particular, countries focus on researching and applying new technologies to economic growth. Research by Oxford University and McKinsey Consulting (USA) has shown that 50% of jobs in developed countries will be replaced by automated processes in the next 15 years. This percentage is forecast to be even higher in developing countries like Vietnam. Up to now, more than half of the world's population is connected online, one third are on social media. The developed economies in the world all offer digital technology development strategies associated with economic growth. Therefore, universities need to train digital human resources to meet the development needs of the digital economy.
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  • Faculty of Automation Technology, University of Information and Communication Technology, Quyet Thang, Thai Nguyen city, Vietnam
  • Faculty of Economic Information System, University of Information and Communication Technology, Quyet Thang, Thai Nguyen city, Vietnam
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