Fri 29 Mar 2019 - Fri 29 Mar 2019

9:30 - 4:30

15 spots remaining.

Professional Workshop Co-Convened by ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU College of Science and the Department of Human Services

This one-day professional workshop will explore the latest developments in the science and technology of Augmented Intelligence (AI). Through interactive engagement with the case study, participants will also enhance their understanding of the challenges of deploying AI in the development and implementation of policy.

Upon successful completion of this interactive case study, participants will have a clearer sense of the relevance of the issues associated with AI across a whole-of-government framework.

Course Requirements

There are three required components of this case study.  

  1. Pre Course Submission: A 500-word reflection on the case study drawn from participant experience and the set readings, including identification of key questions to be posed to case study experts,
  2. Attendance and Participation in the Case Study Workshop
  3. Post Course Submission: A 500-word policy brief on the case study after the workshop

To be eligible for future credit each submission must meet minimum academic standards as identified by the lecturer.   

Who Should Enrol?

This course is for anyone who is seeking a professional development experience that will enhance their capacity for working in and with government at the intersections of science, technology and policy