Our Data Sources as a Strategic National Asset
Aotearoa New Zealand has world-leading public data, so how do we realise the value of these data assets?
The Informatics for Social Services and Wellbeing Programme, Te Rourou Tātaritanga, and the Social Wellbeing Agency present an opportunity to listen and engage with internationally recognised authorities on linked administrative data.
In this symposium on 9 March 2023, we will host in-person presentations and discussions with leading experts in data infrastructure, artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, and privacy to discuss how innovative approaches could realise the value of our national data assets.
|8:30||Registration opens Tea and Coffee|
|9:00||Opening Mihi Whakatau, Introduction and Scene-setting|
|9:30||Session 1 Keynotes and Q+A|
Topic: "Realising the value of data for the public good"
Topic: "What functions should an administrative data system have?"
Topic: "Data systems that work for data users"
Topic: "What are the current issues facing NZ’s data system?"
Topic: "What could the future look like?"