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Big Data, the Internet of Things, and robotic and augmented realities are just some of the technologies that belong to Industry 4.0. These technologies improve working conditions and increase productivity and the quality of industry production. However, they can also improve life and society as a whole. A new perspective is oriented towards social well-being and it is called Society 5.0. Industry 4.0 supports the transition to the new society, but other drivers are also needed.
In early 2019, the Japanese government introduced the concept of Society 5.0. Japan is one of the nations with the greatest amount of technological development applied to social wellness. For this reason, it aspires to create an anthropocentric society that strongly integrates cyberspace and physical space in order to balance economic and technological progress with social problem-solving .
The Japanese concept of Society 5.0 is aimed at the economy and at the citizens, thus promoting the idea of a Smart Society, where information technology will outline the profile of a new superintelligent company . The digital transformation will once again radically change many aspects of society, affecting private life, public administration, industrial structure, and employment . The goal is to create a society in which anyone can create value, anytime and anywhere , in compliance with future sustainable strategies developed with the 17 United Nations objectives . Therefore, the objectives of Society 5.0 are also the objectives of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development , adopted by all the member states of the United Nations in 2015. Society 5.0 will help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. The two reforms in the vision of a new world share a common direction. From this perspective, Industry 4.0 can be considered as a tool to promote sustainable innovation and is, therefore, a policy-driven discourse on innovation .
2. The Industry 4.0 and Society 5.0 Relationship
3. Factors for the Transition to Society 5.0
4. Framework of I4.0 Technologies Implementation in Society 5.0
5. Relationship Framework between the Factors for The Success of Society 5.0
This entry is adapted from 10.3390/data6110115
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