Data, Systems and Society Research Network Symposium

IDN co-founded Professor Marcia Langton, National Coordinator Dr James Rose and Researcher Joel Liddle formed a panel titled 'The Structure of Indigenous Data', hosted as part of the symposium 'Finding ways to make unstructured data usable Data', convened by the Data, Systems and Society Research Network, the Petascale Campus Initiative and the School of Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne.

IDN co-founded Professor Marcia Langton, National Coordinator Dr James Rose and Researcher Joel Liddle formed a panel titled 'The Structure of Indigenous Data', hosted as part of the symposium 'Finding ways to make unstructured data usable Data', convened by the Data, Systems and Society Research Network, the Petascale Campus Initiative and the School of Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne.

The panel discussed the formal definition of Indigenous data as a discrete form of data unique to Indigenous cultures, and its role as both an asset in the maintenance and reproduction of Indigenous society, and in the delivery of critical Indigenous community-controlled services.