University of Technology Sydney

41187 Analytics in Human-centred Complex Systems

6cp; 3hpw, on campus
Requisite(s): 41189 Introduction to Human-centred Complex Systems

Fields of practice: Information Systems



This studio-based subject introduces students to different applications of analytics in various human-centred socio technical systems as well as different ways of organisational value-creation through analytics. The main emphasis is on individual, organisational and societal consequences of advanced analytics, including algorithmic decision-making and AI. Students acquire the necessary skills and the mindset to analyse different types of analytics applications in a given context, in order to determine ethical and moral consequences for individual stakeholders, organisations and society. The topics cover societal consequences of datafication, algorithmic justice, data humanism and various frameworks for ethical decision-making. The subject leverages T&L resources made available on Teradata University Network (the largest international community of Business Intelligence and Analytics educators and industry leaders.

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Autumn session, City campus

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