Information Resilience PhD School 2022

Thank you to all our delegates and speakers who participated in the CIRES inaugural Information Resilience PhD School!   Congratulations to our Prize Winners 3MT first place (session 1a) Rm 275 Sandy Spiers (Curtin University) – Maintenance Optimisation for Network...

Ask Me Anything about Misinformation

Ask me anything Series is your opportunity to ask those burning questions about artificial intelligence.   Ask Me Anything about Misinformation What is your question about misinformation and fake news? We’ll have the answer at this Ask me anything session.  ...

Picture a Scientist – UQ Screening & Panel discussion

Join us for the UQ screening of the documentary “Picture a Scientist” which challenges the traditional view of science being a male dominated field and tells the story of several women who are changing the way we view scientists. It will be live streamed...

Conference: Empowering Learners for the Age of AI

Invitation to join Prof Shazia Sadiq for a discussion at 10am on Tuesday 7 December on the effective use of educational data. The panel will highlight the challenges and opportunities for unlocking education data for students, teachers, institutes and government to...

Industry Panel: Perspectives of Information Resilience

The Zoom recording of the panel is now available from this link.   Join us Friday 29th October at 4pm AEST for our Industry Panel webinar via Zoom. Register here: https://bit.ly/3ntoaDP There is a growing interest in industry and government on mitigating the...

Fairness, Interpretability, & Diverse Datasets Are Not Enough

The concept of “biased data” is often too generic to be useful.  Through a series of case studies, we will explore what algorithmic bias is, different types (with different causes), and debunk some common misconceptions.  We will cover why algorithmic bias...