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Recordkeeping Roundcasts Episode 5: Personal data, privacy and looking ahead

In part 2 of our chat with Ellen Broad, we talks about privacy and changing attitudes to data about – and of – ourselves.  Ellen’s book, Made by Humans: The AI Condition is available from Melbourne University Press, or from all the big … Continue reading

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Recordkeeping Roundcasts Episode 4: AI, accountability and archives

In this latest episode of Recordkeeping Roundcasts, we talk to Ellen Broad, author of Made by Humans: The AI Condition, about the way that rapidly advancing technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning are being deployed in business, government and society, … Continue reading

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Tim Robinson on privacy, FOI and recordkeeping

Transcript of talk by Tim Robinson from the Freedom of information? panel discussion held in Sydney on February 29  2012. I’ve suddenly thought of… some years ago, just after the State Records Act was introduced I was at a retreat, at a couple … Continue reading

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Freedom of information? discussion panel: podcasts

On a very wet Wednesday evening in February, we heard from three fascinating speakers in our Freedom of information? panel discussion on orderly and disorderly methods of information access and release, government secrecy and what needs to change. Our speakers … Continue reading

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