Chatbot Vietnam CEO Le Anh Tien Buying things through Messenger, why not? Chatbot Vietnam is specialised in providing diverse chatbot solutions embedded into popular messenger platforms such as Facebook Messenger, Zalo or Viber that answer customers’ questions and help them place orders without the need for a customer service officer. The startup – founded by Le Anh Tien who is now CEO, and two other partners who were all born in the 1990s – came into being in November 2017 when the trend of chatbot startups began booming in Vietnam as Industry 4.0-associated disruptive technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence were unfolding their wings. Le Anh Tien majored in Electronics and Telecommunications at the Danang University of Science and Technology and was one of 10 individuals below the age of 30 to carve out a spot on Forbes Vietnam’s People to Watchlist in 2017. Tien and his twin-born brother have developed a raft of software solutions, … [Read more...] about Chatbot Vietnam: Thinking big despite “humble format”
26 Mar Witness The Blend Of Antiquity With Modernity At The New Historical Costume Museum In Poznan, Poland! Posted at 06:15h in Blog by Victoria After more than a decade of holding a status of merely a private collection of antique 19th century clothing and previously known as XIX Gallery, the Museum of Historical Costume now holds an eminent name in its own right. Displayed in multiple museums in Poland, this unique collection and the events associated with them were well attended and hugely appreciated-evident through a big turnout, which has encouraged us to continue with our efforts in the fashion and clothing arena. Exhibiting one’s own cultural values and tastes infront of the world comes with a sense of pride and achievement. This is indeed a motivation behind this idea of showing the distinctive features of the Puznan’s historical dresses publicly, since Poland is deprived of keeping its cultural richness intact due to its turbulent and dramatic … [Read more...] about Witness The Blend Of Antiquity With Modernity At The New Historical Costume Museum In Poznan, Poland!
This walk alongside white chalk stacks believed to be named after a local notorious pirate, Harry Paye, is one of the best ways to take in the Jurassic Coast. Alongside the magnificent geological formations, those who visit in spring and summer can expect to see scarlet pimpernels, poppies, sheep's bit and harebells, alongside distinctive pink pyramidal orchids. Chalkhill Blue butterflies can also often be found feeding from yellow kidney vetch flowers, while it is not uncommon to see peregrine falcons hunting for food for their young. • How the National Trust saved our coastline Paul Bradley East Purbeck lead ranger, said that his favourite part of this walk is the climb up to Ballard Down: "A well-placed stone seat with the inscription 'Rest and be Thankful' provides an opportunity to sit and take in the far-reaching views. He explained that such panoramas make it easy to see why the area has been used as an important vantage point since the early pre-historic … [Read more...] about UK coastal walks: Old Harry Rocks, Studland, Dorset
Nick Baumgardner Detroit Free Press Published 6:01 AM EST Jan 25, 2019 (Note: This is Part 4 of a series reviewing Michigan’s 2018 position groups and looking ahead to 2019). We don't know what Michigan football's offense is going to look like in 2019. But we do know, based on everything Jim Harbaugh and Josh Gattis have said since they joined forces two weeks ago, that things are changing. Michigan fans want a new offense, they want a fast offense, they want a modern offense. Just ask them via social media. More: Michigan football's wide receivers hold key to 2019 season Every offense Gattis has worked in during his eight-year coaching career has been fast and modern and has pushed the football into all areas of the field. The offense he's about to inherit has, traditionally, not, instead relying on a bevy of personnel groups with a high reliance on multiple backs and multiple tight ends. So, now what? "Are there times where we will be … [Read more...] about Michigan football: How will TEs fit in Josh Gattis’ offense?
In mid-December, the be ride-sharing app of Vietnamese transport startup the BE Group impressed with its appearance marked by yellow, the brand’s dominant color. The app was officially put into operation on December 17, with two major services: beBike (motorbike ride-sharing) and beCar (motor car ride-sharing). It is expected that be will be present in 15 cities and provinces next year and all 63 cities and provinces by the end of 2020. The number of driver partners is to be 10,000 per city this year and 110,000 by the end of next year, while the startup has targeted 6.6 million app downloads and over 105 million trips next year, when delivery services are also expected to be introduced. Mr. Tran Thanh Hai, General Director of the BE Group, said that with the cooperation of professional driver partners along with a modern business model, transparency, and an understanding of Vietnamese psychology, be can be competitive and win share in the market. … [Read more...] about Ride-sharing apps hit street