Going DEEEP with Data – Understanding and engaging the Data Enablement, Engagement & Exchange Program
Join us for Third Thursday in August to hear from Civic Analytica’s Chief Executive Officer, Merrick Spain about the creation of the Data Enablement, Engagement & Exchange Program that will run alongside the Switching on Darwin Program and how you can get involved.
Neighbourlytics’ Co-Founder, Lucinda Hartley will provide us with an insight on how big data can be used to measure quality of life wand wellbeing in cities, and why it is important. Neighbourlytics is a social analytics platform for neighbourhoods. Launched in 2017, it is is one of Australia’s fastest growing urban-tech companies, having now created data for more than 500 neighbourhoods in 10+ countries around the world, as well as being deployed by city-makers to influence major urban development projects – from parks to shopping centres. Neighbourlytics was named 2019 Start-Up of the Year in the Australian Information Industry Association’s iAwards and Lucinda Hartley was a finalist in Australian Women in Tech Pitch 2019.
The Darwin Innovation Hub is proud to be a founding partner of the Switching on Darwin Program, committed to initiating and expanding participation in the data economy, governance and advocacy for wider community participation, and provision of supporting data services including program governance, advocacy, advisory and data science skills and resources capacity to enable the data program.
Third Thursday brings together government, industry representatives, innovators, entrepreneurs, start-ups, mentors, investors, researchers and students to connect, openly engage, collaborate and exchange ideas that will help support to fulfill professional ambitions.