Where spiders, cobotics and plantoids come together: Reflections on Human-Machine Collaboration in…
— Originally published on Australian National University’s School of Cybernetics blog
May 31, 2023 / Read More
Dignity in Tech: An origin story for how my PhD topic on dignity-centred AI development came to be
Adapted from my Thesis Proposal Review (submitted June 2022)
Mar 31, 2023 / Read More
Cultivating the art of convening: second half of 2022 in review
As can often be the case at this stage of year, time seems to speed up. And at the same moment, I usually feel as though this is the time...
Dec 16, 2022 / Read More
Cybernetics, dignity and the desert
At the ANU School of Cybernetics, we talk a lot about translating across boundaries, whether it be across disciplines, sectors, cultures ...
Dec 13, 2022 / Read More
Mission accepted: my PhD research topic on dignity-centred AI development in 5 need-to-know points
This week marks 1 year since I began my PhD at the Australian National University’s School of Cybernetics. It’s been an amazing adventure...
Jul 27, 2022 / Read More
The ethics of automated classification: a case study using a dignity lens
Building new AI tools can be exciting and rewarding — finally solving a problem that may have plagued your organisation for a long time a...
May 31, 2022 / Read More
Dignity Dilemmas, Design and Tech: Reflections on stories shared in a CPI and Humanitech event
Dignity can be difficult to define and is largely misunderstood. Many of us don’t talk about dignity much and, when it does come up, it t...
Dec 16, 2021 / Read More
Systems thinking, Futures and Foresighting with Web 3.0 startups — propelling Thinkrs forward
Earlier this year, Chamira Gamage (CEO of Thinkrs)and the wider Thinkrs team were introduced to Lorenn Ruster, former strategy consultant...
Dec 09, 2021 / Read More
A tale of two systems: how an AI-enabled public service impacts Human Learning Systems
Read full blog post on Centre for Public Impact website here.
Nov 06, 2021 / Read More
From Masters Capstone to PhD Candidate: the past 6 months
Last weekend I was doing one of those “big cleanups”. Partly COVID lockdown-induced, partly in anticipation of starting a new chapter wit...
Aug 03, 2021 / Read More