International Conference on Social Science about Artificial Intelligence (ICSS-AI) 2023

Letiges & Al-Hayat: Journal of Islamic Education (AJIE) has played an essential role in building best practices both in theory and governance in the application of Islamic education through scientific research and community development as well as opening up academic discussion space with the main concern “The Problem of Transforming Islamic Education in Madrasas and Islamic boarding schools and Islamic education based on local wisdom.” This activity aligns with Letiges’ vision to become an “open science idea” based on open-access academic journals. As part of our efforts to provide space for academic dialogue at the global level, we organize international conferences aimed at developing scientific knowledge, building institutional capacity and strengthening networks.
This conference raised the “The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Development of Contemporary Educational Science” issue to capture social problems in education at local, national and international levels. This topic is chosen based on the vision and mission of Letiges and the collaborating Associations.

[1] Prof. Mohd. Aderi Che Noh, Ph.D, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
[2] Prof. Mustafa Tekke, Ph.D, Duzce University, Turkey
[3] Assoc. Prof. Samuel Akpan Bassey, Ph.D, University of Calabar, Nigeria
[4] Drs. Imam Muhayat, MA, STAI Denpasar, Bali Indonesia
MODERATOR: Asst. Prof. Dr. Muhibudin Fadhli, M.Pd, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Development of Contemporary Educational Science

1. Digital and Islamic Education
2. Islamic-Family Law in Digital Era
3. Character Building and Cyber Crime in an Islamic Perspective
4. Islam and The Digital Economy
5. Islamic Economics and Social Welfare
6. Islam, Culture, and Social Media Interactions
7. Applying the Qur’an and Sunnah in the Digital Era
8. Sustaining Sufism in The Digital Era
9. Moslem Family Education in The Digital Era

The ICSS-AI aims to:
*To carry out a scientific assessment of the social issues of contemporary Islamic education.
*To facilitate dialogue and discussion about the digital future regarding social issues of contemporary Islamic education.
*To revitalize and mainstream digital in the social field of Islamic education, madrasas & Islamic boarding schools.
*To support scientific publications about the social phenomenon of Islamic education based on contemporary local wisdom.

The ICSS-AI will be held on November 25-26, 2023, in My Dormy Hotel UMM, Malang, East Java, Indonesia.
The presenter from other countries will be facilitated virtually by a Zoom meeting.


The ICSS-AI will be conducted in English, but presenters may present their papers in Bahasa Indonesia (Perpres RI Nomor 63 Tahun 2019 Pasal 27).

20-23 oct 2023: abstract deadline
22-25 oct 2023: acceptance notification
26 oct 2023: payment deadline
08 nov 2023: full-paper submission
25 nov 2023: conference day (hybrid conference)

The ICSS-AI committee invites scholars, researchers, experts, and students to submit their papers or attend conferences as participants. Submitted papers must be presented in a parallel session of the conference.
Maximum presenters offline: 40
Maximum presenters online: 100
Maximum participants offline: 25
Maximum participants online: 500

Presenter offline (30 early bird registration): 500k co-host – 650k public presenter – 70$ international presenter
Presenter offline (regular registration): 650k co-host – 850k public presenter – 150$ international presenter
Presenter (online): 350k co-host – 500k public presenter – 100$ international presenter
Participant: free co-host – 50k Indonesia – 20$ International participant

The submitted paper to the ICSS-AI will be processed for publication in Proseding E-ISSN.
The selected paper will be submitted to an indexed journal (Scopus Journal/Sinta 2/Sinta 3/Sinta 4/Sinta 5). The journal editor conducts manuscript selection. Publication & processing costs of the manuscript will be transferred to the journal editor as stated in the flyer.

[1] Assoc. Prof. Dr. Afiful Ikhwan; Universitas Muhammadiyah Ponorogo, Indonesia.
[2] Assoc. Prof. Ali Rohmad; Universitas Islam Negeri Sayyid Ali Rahmatullah (UIN SATU) Tulungagung, Indonesia.
[3] Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Ihsan Dacholfany, M.Ed, M.Pd; Universitas Muhammadiyah Metro Lampung, Indonesia.
[4] Asst. Prof. Dr. Aldo Redho Syam, M.Pd; Universitas Muhammadiyah Ponorogo, Indonesia.
[5] Assoc. Prof. Miftachul Huda, Ph.D; Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris [UPSI], Malaysia.
[6] Assoc. Prof. Samuel Akpan Bassey, Ph.D; University of Calabar, Nigeria
[7] Prof. Imran Mogra; Birmingham City University, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Assoc. Prof. Mustafa Tekke, Ph.D; Duzce University – Turkey.

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