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The big issues in social data science in 2021: a view from Melbourne, Australia (Part 1)
This is the first part of two articles outlining the key contemporary themes relevant for social data science researchers.
Part 2 focuses on data user and producer rights, long-term data usability, and ethical Artificial Intelligence.
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Using storytelling to reduce ageism in the communityA Swinburne-led project is using digital storytelling to prevent ageism, which can lead to elder abuse.Monday 24 February 2020
Bushfire research at SwinburneResearch is underway to improve bushfire preparedness, response and recovery, and find innovative solutions to issues affecting communities across the countThursday 06 February 2020
Four-day working week movement gathers momentumA shorter working week continues to gain favour says Alice Martin from the New Economics Foundation think tank, ahead of a public lecture at Swinburne.Monday 14 October 2019
Analysis & Policy Observatory appoints new DirectorDr Brigid van Wanrooy has been appointed Director of Analysis & Policy Observatory, hosted at Swinburne.Thursday 08 August 2019
Promoting humanitarian action in a digital worldA Swinburne and Red Cross collaboration is shedding new light on the forms and drivers of humanitarian behaviour.Wednesday 31 July 2019
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