Indigenous Digital Women Rangers: a new report on co-design, AI and caring for Country

31 May 2024

A new report—’Digital Women Ranger Program‘—has been released as part of the Monitoring resilient landscapes project. 

Digital women rangers are Indigenous land and sea managers who are learning and sharing how to use data and digital technologies to help care for Country.

Our hub is proud to support the Digital Women Rangers collaboration. The program began in early 2022 and has been delivered as part of the Healthy Country AI and digital training initiative.

The recently-released report shows how the group has co-designed a program to enable Indigenous women to build digital skills and confidence to tell stories about country using AI and data.

To learn more, watch the Indigenous Digital Women Rangers film.

The front page of a report showing a group of Indigenous women rangers looking at a wildlife camera trap.


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