This is a new era, where innovations driven by enabling technologies such as IoT, AI, and robotics bring significant changes to the economy and society. Digitization and the economy make technology spread all over the world and to a wider population. Now is the time to move beyond the information age to the formation of a super-smart society. “Society 5.0” is poised to empower citizens and prepare them for a future where digitization is an essential feature.

In this case, the focus is towards a new intelligent society that involves not only organizations but, individuals and their social lives. Society 5.0 offers digitization as the key to breaking down a threat to the development of any society.

The shared vision is meant to create value by connecting autonomous individuals to solve the challenges of a changing society in this uncertain era. Several barriers can be agreed upon such as administration, innovative taxes, digital world paradigm law, a collaboration of shared knowledge for technology, and human resources that can be penetrated through the dynamic involvement of all citizens in the new economy and society. Social acceptance barriers can be agreed through the integration of innovative technology and society

This concept looks for ways that technology can help all citizens to participate actively in society. Digital transformation sees a new role in transforming society for many of the technologies that have transformed the industry, with the internet of things, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and robotics among the fields that are sure to come into play. "Digitation" is the means to achieve this but humans must remain the central actor. "Society" is indeed the foundation of human life.

Digital transformation is beginning to have profound social implications and has the potential to provide social benefits that outweigh the resulting value for the industry. This is an exciting future and society together with technology can help create a dynamic economic society by increasing productivity and creating new markets. It's all about applying cyber insights into human physical life, creating value for individual needs and ultimately changing society.



Dr. Muhammad Arif Rokhman, M.Hum, P.h.D (Indonesian Education and Culture Attaché Office in London, Embassy of Republic of Indonesia in London United Kingdom)

Prof. Mohd Idrus Mohd Masirin (President MAAC/ UTHM Universiti Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia)

Prof. Dr. Abdul Talib Bon (President IEOM Asia Pacific/ Business UTHM Universiti Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia)

Prof. Elchin Gashimov (Vice-Rector of MCU (SC))

Markus Prandini, P.h.D (Academic Director Quality Management Online Studies, International University Germany)

MMMag. Eddy Bruno Esien, P.h.D (Researcher and Teaching Fellow Charles University)

Professor Abdul Sattar Saand (QUEST Nawabshah, Pakistan)

Assoc. Professor Dr. Derrick I-Hsien Ting (Management National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan)

Dr. Ronny Adhikarya (Retiree the World Bank, ex-FAO/United Nations)

Dr. Daryanto Hesti Wibowo (Vice Rector of Institut STIAMI, Indonesia)

Dr. Cundo Harimurti (Vice Rector of Institut STIAMI, Indonesia)