Translation technology and translators’ roles in the Industrial Revolution 4.0
Abstract: Translation has become an increasingly important field in removing language barriers and bringing the world closer in the context of globalization. The development of technology, software and applications in the 4.0 era has brought many benefits but also raised a number of great concerns, including the roles of translators. The article presents two methods of technology applications that have significant impact on the current translation industry: machine translation and computer-aided translation. Furthermore, it also expresses some opinions on the roles of translators in the Industrial Revolution 4.0.
- 1 Applying the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics’ Philosophy of Training and Fostering to the Development of Training and Fostering Programs in New Context
- 2 Some new points on Party building in the documents of the 13th Party Congress and recommendations
- 3 Digital Transformation in Education and Training of Human Resources in Journalism and Communication
- 4 Renewing the mindset of proactive and comprehensive international integration in Vietnam
Abstract: The demand for journalism - communication in general and its content production in particular is growing rapidly and continues to develop in the digital era. Both public and private organizations need to interact and engage with different groups of customers and partners via digital platforms and social media. Currently, organizations and businesses are in “hunger” for communication and content-creating employees. This demand is forecasted to skyrocket in the coming years. For journalism - communication training institutions, this presents both opportunities and obstacles. Digital transformation in journalism - communication training is not limited in digitization and technology application, but also involves urging training institutions to reassess their performance as well as training products provided to the market and the society in general.
Abstract: After 28 years of establishing diplomatic relations and 10 years of comprehensive partnership, the relationship between Vietnam and the U.S. has achieved numerous successes across various fields, contributing positively to regional and global development. Therefore, studying the images of U.S. Presidents through official White House photographs is a practical task for political and media communication institutions in Vietnam today. The images of Presidents Obama and Trump have certain similarities, as both fulfill the roles of the presidents. However, their appearances and styles are somewhat contrasting, with President Obama's image reflecting sophistication and approachability, while President Trump's image exudes strength and directness.
Abstract: Currently, television talk shows remain one of the popular program formats on television, both worldwide and in Vietnam. Late-night talk shows or entertainment-oriented talk shows like "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" (on NBC, USA) are still among the programs that attract viewers. The official YouTube channel for this show has up to 30.5 million subscribers. In Vietnam, entertainment-oriented talk shows also receive significant attention, such as "Late-night talk" (VTV3). Additionally, programs with a more serious and analytical focus also maintain their position, like "Events and comments" (VTV1), which has been broadcasting for over 20 years. In the current competitive information landscape, watching a 15 to 30-minute talk on television is a challenge for the audience. It requires the hosts and participants, especially the show hosts, to have specific skills to make the program engaging.
Abstract: In the context of contemporary higher education, competition among universities is becoming increasingly fierce. When the Ministry of Education and Training tends to increase autonomy for universities, enhancing communication activities helps higher education institutions improve their reputation and enrollment efficiency. However, in Vietnam, research on communication in education is still limited, especially in the field of higher education, while this one is quite rich and diverse in other countries. The article presents an overview of domestic and foreign research on the communication activities of universities, thereby providing new research directions to help guide communication activities for educational institutions in Vietnam in the future.
Abstract: Residency refers to citizens living in a place belonging to a commune-level administrative unit or a district-level administrative unit (in a place without commune-level one). The Residence Law 2020 better guarantees citizens' freedom of residence. It contributes to improving the efficiency of state management of security and order in the new situation, simplifying administrative procedures and citizenship papers related to residence registration and management, meeting the requirements of applying advanced science and technology in residence management, focusing on building and managing residence through the National Database on Population.