THE 6th
Like any technology, artificial intelligence offers positive and negative impacts. This nation must reformulate what type of individual, organizational, and institutional skills required by this country.
Why is the formulation required? The reason is that the technology which becomes artificial intelligence (AI) has encouraged the view that digitization and AI will streamline processes and create new jobs. People who hold such a view will encourage the government and the world work to jointly develop new workforce training schemes.
AI era could be the beginning of expertise transfer phases from humans to machines. But, it should be noted that AI also has an "ideology", at least its’ ideology is influenced by those who designed it.
Furthermore, in this AI era, a person no longer meets an expert when looking for answers to various questions since the answers can be given by the machines. Consultants, resource persons, and informants are machines for example ChatGPT-AI Texting Chatbot and chat.openai.com which can answer all our questions by simply typing or commanding the AI. Then, they will provide answers that we require.
It is time for us to accept the presence of AI instead of arguing or rejecting it. The AI development will still happen exponentially. In the future, it is not impossible that there will be big leaps astounding the people of the world. It is natural if there are different views in responding to the leap in technology. Some are afraid, worried, fun, or hope a lot for AI.
The word AI was firstly coined in 1956 at a meeting of mathematicians in Dartmouth Conference in America. When AI was first launched, computers were still very limited and only owned by the state. The more sophisticated, compact, and popular computers have encouraged more powerful AI, especially after the presence of the internet network that connects many things. The present of big data and data science has driven AI leaps in its capabilities.
However, there has been no agreement on a single definition of AI. This is due to the different approaches, namely thinking like a human, behaving like a human, thinking rationally, and behaving rationally.
Viewed from its capabilities, several experts divide the development of AI into three, namely artificial narrow intelligence (ANI), artificial general intelligence (AGI), and artificial super intelligence (ASI).
Currently, AI development is at the ANI level. At this stage, AI is still limited to carrying out focused tasks and cannot expand its own functions. In 2040, it is predicted that AI will reach the level of AGI. At that time, AI can perform a wider range of tasks and can compete with humans.
Viewing at the trajectory above, how does society build in the future? How is the current education structure to prepare for the changes in the future? This international seminar aims to deal with the anxiety above.



Ruth Wylie, Ph.D

Associate Research Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Ruth.Wylie@asu.edu | 480-727-5175



Dr. Brent Mittelstadt

Director of Research, Associate Professor, Senior Research Fellow


Muslikhin., Ph.D


Call For Papers

"Technology, Education, and New Society"


  1. Educational Challenges in relation to Technology/Artificial Intelligence
  2. Regulation of Technology and Artificial Intelligence
  3. Social Order of Artificial Intelligence Society
  4. Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity
  5. Media Literacy and Disaster InterpretationCommittee





  • Dr. Suhadi Purwantara, M.Si (Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta)

Steering Commitee

  • Dr. Dyah Kumalasari, M.Pd (Vice Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta)
  • Prof. Dr. Suranto, M.Pd., M.Si (Vice Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta)
  • Dr. Supardi, M.Pd. (Vice Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta)


  • Amika Wardana, Ph.D

Vice Chair

  • Dr. Nurul Khotimah, M.Si


  • Alifi Nur Prasetia Nugroho, M.Pd
  • Mudaqir, M.M


  • Sukamto, S.Sos
  • Suyud, S.Pd.

Editorial Board:

  • Prof. Dr. Wiel Veugelers (University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Scopus ID:1575223320)
  • Ryogo Abe, P.hD (Aichi University of Education, Jepang, Scopus ID:57214219997)
  • Adrian Vickers (University of Sydney, Australia. Scopus ID:26968036400)
  • Mohd Nor Shahizan Ali (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Scopus ID:55158830000)
  • Dr. Suhaimi (Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia)
  • Dr. Hanizah Binti Idris (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
  • Dr. Norazlan Hadi Yacoob (Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia. Scopus ID:55983525200)
  • Dr. Fitrawaty (Universitas Negeri Medan. Scopus ID: 57191865130)
  • Dr. Luqman Hakim, S.Pd., M.Si (Universitas Negeri Surabaya. Scopus ID: 57204062135)
  • Rosmini Maru, P.hD (Universitas Negeri Makassar, Scopus ID: 56669628200)
  • Dr. Hanafi Bin Hussin (Universitas of Malaya, Malaysia. Scopus ID: 57193666690)
  • Prof. Dr. Ajat Sudrajat, M.Ag (Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Scopus ID: 75191247465)
  • Prof. Dr. Suranto, M.Pd., M.Si (Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Scopus ID: 57205219982)
  • Prof. Dr. Mukminan (Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Scopus ID: 57204920476)
  • Amika Wardana, P.hD (Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Scopus ID: 57205295162)
  • Adi Cilik Pierewan, P.hD (Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Scopus ID: 55964444200)

Organizing Committee:

  • Mudaqir, M.M
  • Danu Eko Agustinova, M.Pd
  • Eko Prasetyo Nugroho S, M.I.Kom
  • Yumi Hartati, M.Pd
  • Sutanto Trijuni Putro, M.Sc
  • Benni Setiawan, M.S.I
  • Dr. Nursida Arif, M.Sc
  • Hardian Wahyu Widianto, M.P.A
  • Datu Jatmiko, M.A
  • Kurnia Nur Fitriana, M.A
  • Kuncoro Hadi, M.A
  • Awanis Akalili, M.A
  • Annisa Istiqomah, M.Pd
  • Sukamto, S.Sos
  • Nur Laily Tri Wulansari, S.I.Kom
  • Nainta Agustanta, S.E





Registration fee

Presenter IDR 400.000
Co-Presenter IDR 200.000
Participant IDR 100.000


Terms and conditions

  1. The registration fee covers seminar materials, certificate and ISBN proceeding publication
  2. The registration fee covers one participant only. The registration fee for the second, third and so on author is 50% of the main author registration fee.
  3. Participants are responsible for transfer fees and bank charges.
  4. At least one author for each accepted paper must register.
  5. The authors for selected and presented papers will be charged additional fee for publication and review in a conference proceeding indexed by Scopus or Web of Science


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Peer Review Process

The following steps will be followed for all papers selected for publication in Atlantis Press

  1. The desk editor of the 6th ICSSED will evaluate the abstracts. The number of words in the title and inside the abstract, the general organization of the abstract, and the relevance to the conference theme are all considered at this stage.
  2. The selected abstract will be posted on the web, and the participant will be required to submit the full paper on time, using the conference template.
  3. Once, the first round of peer review is completed, the whole paper will be assigned to reviewers with relevant expertise. The review process will be guided by our conference paper reviewer guideline, which will cover the following topics: the paper's structure, content, and linguistic accuracy, as well as the paper's completeness (i.e., tables, figures, and reference list).




Time & Venue


5th International Conference of Social Science and Education

Time (GMT+7)
 07.00 - 07.30
07.30 - 07.35
Welcome and Introduction
07.35 - 07.40
National Anthem
07.40 - 07.50
Opening (Dean of FIS UNY)
Dr. Suhadi Purwantara, M.Si
07.50 - 08.05
Opening (Rector of UNY)
Prof. Dr. Sumaryanto, M.Kes
08.05 - 08.55
Plenary Session I & Discussion
(Keynote Speaker 1)
Emma Sabzalieva, Ph.D
08.55 - 10.35
Plenary Session II & Discussion
(Keynote Speaker 2 & 3)
Sulfikar Amir, Ph.D
Muhammad Yuanda Zara, Ph.D
10.35 - 10.45
Parallel Session Info & Closing
13.30 - 16.30
Parallel Session 
Group A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H








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