The fourth industrial revolution (4.0) is marked by the advancement of technologies and powered by artificial intelligence which creates opportunities and challenges for education systems. University and vocational school graduates face a world transformed by the technology which in turn transforms the workplace from task-based to human-centered characteristics. Certain skills such as critical thinking, emotional intelligence, problem solving, cognitive flexibility, and knowledge production are required. To address this demand, education system should put revolutionary innovation in its agenda. Scholars, researchers, and practitioners are invited to share their ideas, research outcomes, and best practices about education, science, and technology now and in the future in an international conference held by Universitas Negeri Padang as a part of the National Convention of Indonesian Education (KONASPI).