Our research in the port city of Makassar, Indonesia has found vocational schools can be the key to training young workers’ digital skills.
We’re facing a significant advance in AI using methods that are not described in scientific literature, and with datasets restricted to a single for-profit company.
We found that organisations face significant challenges in implementing these guidelines due to conflicting and rapidly changing advice, limited resources and “COVID fatigue” amongst workers.
Female residents of Indonesian fishing village Tambak Lorok show a unique response in dealing with the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has decimated many opportunities for those who were already financially disadvantaged.
Our latest study finds that the complexities of Indonesia’s COVID-19 data management have contributed to this problem.
Significant discrepancies in the quantity and quality of hospitals’ facilities and services for COVID-19 treatment have contributed to increasing risks for medical workers.
The success of Indonesia’s seaweed industry is also closely linked to the ability of Indonesian seaweed farmers to work around extreme seasonal variations in seaweed growth rates.
Even though Australians and Indonesians are both friendly and easy-going, systemic boundaries can slow down the process of collaboration.