6 Dec 202209:00Online

Description

How can we create an agenda for value propositions and practical guides for interdisciplinary and responsible data science?

Join this last conversation in the Responsible Data Science seminar series. This session will examine value propositions and practical guides for interdisciplinary and responsible data science. 

This series is co-sponsored by the Digital Ethnography Research Centre, RMIT University and the Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy at the University of Cambridge. Together, these diverse voices from disparate disciplines like computer science and cultural studies talk about their definitions of interdisciplinarity, as well as struggles and commitment to this practice.  

This series also brings seasoned scholars together with Early Career Researchers to share practices across these levels.  

Each seminar is unique, but builds from the core premise that today’s ‘big issues’ demand more attention to interdisciplinarity and that everyone benefits when research ecosystems integrate multiple perspectives, even when this is challenging and time consuming.  

Speakers

  • Annette Markham, Co-Director of the Digital Ethnography Research Centre and Professor of Media & Communication, RMIT University  
  • Gina Neff, Executive Director of the Minderoo Centre for Technology & Democracy, University of Cambridge

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