Covers from ADM+S Publications named in APO's Top Ten

ADM+S publications named in APO’s 2023 Top Ten

Author  Kathy Nickels
Date 15 December 2023

ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S) publications have been named in the APO’s Top Content for 2023 released this week.

The Analysis and Policy Observatory (APO) is an open access platform that makes public policy research and resources accessible and useable for evidence-informed decision-making. Each year, the APO names the top ten most clicked publications across 15 broad subject areas for the period December 2022 to November 2023.

This year publications from the ADM+S Centre have been named in the APO’s Top Ten across five subject areas including Communications, Culture, First Nations, Health and Technology. In addition to ADM+S publications, a report co-authored by ADM+S researchers Distinguished Professor Jean Burgess, and Distinguished Professor Julian Thomas titled Generative AI: language models and multimodal foundation models has also been named in the APO’s Top Ten under the subject areas of Science and Technology.

The ADM+S Centre has contributed 35 publications since joining the APO repository in May last year. 

ADM+S Centre Director, Distinguished Professor Julian Thomas, said “The APO collection has enabled us to communicate our key research work publicly, in detail, in a timely fashion, in a convenient digital format, and in a way which is open to everyone.

The Analysis & Policy Observatory (APO) is one of Australia’s leading open access research repositories. We share APO’s goal of supporting evidence-based policy and public debate on the critical challenges facing Australia, and we’re delighted to be working with APO to make ADM+S research more findable, more useable, and more accessible.”

Named in APO’s Top Ten 2023

Communications
Mapping the digital gap: 2023 outcomes report
Daniel Featherstone, Lyndon Ormond-Parker, Lauren Ganley, Julian Thomas, Sharon Parkinson, Kieran Hegarty, Jenny Kennedy, Indigo Holcombe-James

Measuring Australia’s digital divide: the Australian digital inclusion index 2023
Julian Thomas, Anthony McCosker, Sharon Parkinson, Kieran Hegarty, Daniel Featherstone, Jenny Kennedy, Indigo Holcombe-James, Lyndon Ormond-Parker, Lauren Ganley

Culture
From the top: learning from ACMI’s CEO Digital Mentoring Program 
Indigo Holcombe-James, Eloise Florence, Stephanie Livingstone

First Nations
Mapping the digital gap: 2023 outcomes report
Daniel Featherstone, Lyndon Ormond-Parker, Lauren Ganley, Julian Thomas, Sharon Parkinson, Kieran Hegarty, Jenny Kennedy, Indigo Holcombe-James

Health
Digital and data capabilities for sexual health policy and practice: stage one report – July 2023
Kath Albury, Samantha Mannix

Science
Generative AI: language models and multimodal foundation models
Genevieve Bell, Jean Burgess, Julian Thomas, Shazia Sadiq
Australian Council of Learned Academies

Technology
ADM+S submission to the Safe and responsible AI in Australia discussion paper
Kimberlee Weatherall, Zofia Bednarz, Jose-Miguel Bello y Villarino, Jean Burgess, Loup Cellard, Tegan Cohen, Henry Fraser, Jake Goldenfein, Timothy Graham, Fiona Haines, Paul Henman, Nataliya Ilyushina, Jenny Kennedy, Jackie Leach Scully, Dennis Leeftink, Suvradip Maitra, Rita Matulionyte, Anthony McCosker, Robert Mullins, Kelsie Nabben, Christine Parker, Thao Phan, Flora Salim, Aaron Snoswell, Julian Thomas, Melanie Trezise, Libby Young, Jacky Zeng

Generative AI: language models and multimodal foundation models
Genevieve Bell, Jean Burgess, Julian Thomas, Shazia Sadiq
Australian Council of Learned Academies

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