In 2020, the epidemic completely rewrote the human way of life. In order to reduce the impact of operations, many businesses and businesses have resorted to digital technology to promote the digitization of industries, such as remote offices, catering delivery, e-commerce industry, audio-visual platforms, health and epidemic prevention products, etc. This epidemic is a crisis but also a turning point.
Therefore, the 18th “Y.S. Award” theme was "post-epidemic rebirth." With changes in the global industrial supply chain and cross-border trade structure, technological innovation and services will need to rethink how to apply and design to solve human social problems, whether in terms of living technology, life technology, or ecological environment technology, gathering talent in the fields of software applications, industrial design, and audio-visual media to build cross-domain cooperation, cross-border thinking, and innovation capabilities. Enabling them to explore the respective values and positioning of humans and machines together, and open up various possibilities for innovative design and digital creation.