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|Australia’s data-enabled research future: technology and engineering||3.99 MB|
The objective of the project is to identify, through a series of scenarios, the essential data needs and capabilities to reach these potential scenarios and the current gaps that need to be addressed.
The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) is a Learned Academy of independent, non-political experts helping Australians understand and use technology to solve complex problems. Bringing together Australia’s leading thinkers in applied science, technology, and engineering, ATSE provides impartial, practical, and evidence-based advice on how to achieve sustainable solutions and advance prosperity.
As a Learned Academy of around 900 independent experts, ATSE has conducted an environmental scan of the data assets that are in place in the three scenarios presented. The development of this environmental scan has been led by the Steering Committee comprising of six interdisciplinary Academy Fellows with expertise in data-enabled research. This was followed with three separate roundtable discussions with Fellows, that resulted in the identification of the challenges and opportunities associated with the data needs in these scenarios.
Australia’s data-enabled research future: synthesis report https://apo.org.au/node/318502