WORKING PAPER SERIES
The ADM+S Working Papers series publishes new research by ADM+S Centre members and collaborators in an open access format.
- Mapping ADM in Australian Social Services
15 October 2022 | Project update
Brook Ann Coco, Prof Paul Henman, Dr Lyndal Sleep
This report provides a baseline dataset for researchers on the types of automated decision-making (ADM) systems being utilised in Australian social services.
- Mapping the Digital Gap: Background Paper
6 October 2022 | Project update
Dr Daniel Featherstone, Prof Julian Thomas, Dr Indigo Holcombe-James, Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker, Dr Jenny Kennedy
This paper sets out the approach, main objectives, policy and research context, methodology and research sites of the Mapping the Digital Gap research project.
- Australian Ad Observatory: Background Paper
15 July 2022 | Working paper
Prof Jean Burgess, Prof Mark Andrejevic, Prof Daniel Angus, Dr Abdul Karim Obeid
This working paper is designed to provide background information on the aims and methods of the Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S) Australian Ad Observatory research project.
- Decentralising data governance: Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs) as data trusts
23 June 2022 | Project report
This paper explores the idea that Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs) are a new type of data trust for decentralised governance of data.
- ADM in child and family services: mapping what is happening and what we know
23 May 2022 | Curated Proceedings
Dr Lyndal Sleep and Prof Paul Henman
This paper reports on the proceedings of a workshop entitled ADM in child and family services: mapping what is happening and what we know, held on the 24 November 2020.
- Australian search experience project: background paper
15 January 2022 | Project report
Prof Axel Bruns
This background paper outlines the motivations for this study, presents the broader context of the research, introduces prior work by our research partner AlgorithmWatch, and describes the practical implementation of the Australian Search Experience project.