Data, Metropolis: Melbourne, Barcelona, and New York's data governance and ADM in comparative perspective
‘Data Metropolis: Melbourne, Barcelona, and New York´s data governance and ADM in comparative perspective’ is an interdisciplinary research project, encompassing law, politics and sociology, that will compare and evaluate the data governance and ADM strategies, instruments and practices of three Global North Metropolis; Melbourne, Barcelona and New York. The main aim of the project is to provide academics and lawmakers with a canvass of ideas, instruments and best practices in data governance and ADM, decanted from the experience of these three different, although comparable, innovative metropolises.
- Professor Megan Richardson
- Professor Andrew Kenyon
- Dr Jake Goldenfein
ARC Centre of Excellence Automated Decision-Making and Society