Today, we stand on the edge of industrial revolution that will drastically change the way we live, work, and communicate. This change is unpredictable in terms of scale, scope and complexity. As a result, we don’t know the expectations and risks that may occur in the future. However, wise solutions for this change must be integrated and comprehensive, involving all stakeholders from global to local governments, public and commercial sectors, academia, and civil society.
On the other hand, environmental sustainability and welfare must be the main considerations in decision making in this period. For example, intelligent sensors combined with AI have demonstrated their ability in production processes, educational technology, and other activity-supporting technologies.
In this current period, smart and science-based solutions are urgently needed to the economic recovery. For the scientific community, research should continue under any conditions. Therefore, the 3rd Borobudur International Symposium is presented to share research experiences and reports on the research progress of each institution. Your institution included.
The main theme of this symposium is "Decade of Action towards Climate Change Issues: Advancing the Innovation to Recover our Planet" as a part of the masterplan of United Nations for sustainable development goals in 2030 (twenty thirty).
Let me inform you that this symposium is attended by 442 (four hundred and forty-two) presenters from eleven countries include: Indonesia, Maroco, Hungaria, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, UK, Austria, Netherland, South Africa, and Nigeria.
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