Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Title:||Society 5.0 A human-centered society that balances economic advancement with the resolution of social problems by a system that highly integrates cyberspace and physical space|
|Authors:||ALHEFEITI, FATMAH SAIF OBAID|
|Publisher:||The British University in Dubai (BUiD)|
|Abstract:||We aim at creating a society where we can resolve various social challenges through digital transformation program; the government of Japan addresses the necessity of acquiring a digital transformation of the society. The framework of the Society 5.0 entails an approach which would more human-centred. The key functions of the program include balancing the economic advancement of the nation with the resolution strategies addressing the social issues with the development of a system within which cyberspace and physical space would be integrated. This plan was fundamentally proposed in the 5th Science and Technology Basic plan addressing the necessity of building a future society which would be aspired by Japan. All of the basic components of the other four versions of society including the hunting society (1.0), the agricultural society (2.0), the industrial society (3.0), as well as, the information society (4.0) are incorporated within the concept of Society 5.0. This paper will give a prologue to the subjective period of figuring, in which psychological abilities from characteristic dialect and video understanding, machine learning, and choice help with clarifications and levels of certainty turn out to be extensively accessible as a major aspect of intellectual arrangements in the cloud, for example, cell phones. This summary will cover the basics of what everyone needs to know about building, understanding and working with intellectual frameworks in their own and professional lives - including the movement of subjective frameworks from apparatuses to partners to colleagues to mentors to coaches to mediators, trusted to perform some interactions on behalf of the user.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dissertations for Informatics (Knowledge and Data Management)|
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.