creating value with information resilience
The Centre for Information Resilience (CIRES) is an Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation Training Centre funded for 5 years from 2021. Our Centre aims at building workforce capacity in Australian organisations to create, protect and sustain agile data pipelines, capable of detecting and responding to failures and risks across the information value chain in which the data is sourced, shared, transformed, analysed and consumed. Building on strong foundations of responsible data science, we bring together end-users, technology providers, and cutting-edge research, to lift the socio-technical barriers to data driven transformation. We support the development of resilient data pipelines capable of delivering game-changing productivity that position Australian organisations at the forefront of technology leadership and value creation from data assets.
This project focuses on integrating fairness into learning algorithms used in the context of policing services and tasks and aims to observe if this leads to improved outcomes and experiences.
In this project, the aim is to develop a novel system for making efficient and effective queries and recommendations based on multi-source data from the Queensland Police Service.
This project, in collaboration with the Queensland Police Service aims to develop qualitative and participatory research methods that can be used by data-driven organizations to understand and better communicate the impact of using human data to customers, users, and the public.
Enable Australian organisations to achieve responsible, secure and agile value creation from data.
the socio-technical barriers to responsible and agile value creation from data with end-to-end solutions for resilience in information value chains
capacity in Australian organisations for value creation from data by training of future leaders in emerging digital technologies
transformational change in Australia’s knowledge economy through research-industry partnerships
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