Monday, July 4, 2016

Digital Indonesia Conference in Canberra

Onno Purbo, (Photo by APNIC, Aug 2015)
The Digital Indonesia: Challenges and Opportunities of the Digital Revolution Conference will be at the Australian National University in Canberra, 16 and 17 September 2016. This is free to attend, but registration is required. The Draft program includes:
  1. Digital economy: opportunities, Mari Pangestu, The University of Indonesia
  2. Mobile telephony, Emma Baulch, Queensland University of Technology
  3. The digital economy: challenges, Bede Moore, Digital entrepreneur
  4. Internet and overcoming ‘the digital divide’, Onno W Purbo, Surya University
  5. Hacking culture: between art, technology and science, Edwin Jurriens, The University of Melbourne
  6. ‘Disruptive’ technologies and labour: the Go-Jek debate, Michele Ford, The University of Sydney
  7. Social media and Islamic practice online/offline, Martin Slama, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  8. Using ‘Big data’, Diastika Rahwidiati and Jonggun Lee, UN Pulse Lab Jakarta
  9. Digitalising knowledge: education, libraries, archives, Kathleen Azali, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  10. State crackdown online, Usman Hamid, The Australian National University
  11. Online counter-terrorism, Nava Nuraniyah, Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict

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