NAIC invites you to nominate your organisation to be included in NAIC's forthcoming Australian AI Ecosystem Discoverability Platform including a public online directory to enable businesses to find Australian AI capabilities.
The form collects inputs from organisations seeking to be added to the AI Ecosystem Discoverability Platform directory which will be an open online resource. Information collected in the form includes fields that are for internal purposes only to help us validate the data and better understand the nature of AI capabilities in the Australian ecosystem. NAIC consists of CSIRO employees and is funded jointly by CSIRO, the Australian Government Department of Science, Resources, and Industry, and Google.
Nominating an organisation and being included on the Discoverability Platform are free of charge.
What will I be asked to do?
Completing the form should take less than 15 minutes. There are questions to identify a contact person and categories that apply to your organisation. You will be asked to create a short-written summary and complete a warrant to confirm the information provided is true. Your participation is completely voluntary, and you are free to withdraw by stopping at any time.
If you decide to withdraw from completing the form, any responses you have provided up to that point will be deleted. You can request the removal of your profile and any data submitted via the form by contacting email@example.com, and subject to legislative requirements, these will be removed.
The form is for nomination purposes and upon review the National AI Centre reserves the right to not include an organisation in the Discoverability Platform.
What if I have any questions about this form?
If you have any questions about this form, please feel free to contact the project leader, Brett Szmajda at firstname.lastname@example.org
How will my privacy be protected?
Your personal information is protected by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act). CSIRO will handle your information in accordance with this Act and the National Health & Medical Research Council (NH&MRC) National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007, updated 2018), or as otherwise required by law.
With your consent, CSIRO has contacted you about this project using existing personal information CSIRO already holds about you including your name, email address, organisation name and role. Otherwise, you have been contacted via your organisation’s publicly available email address.
Additional personal information will be collected from you, or another authorised representative of your organisation, via the nomination form including your name, email address, organisation name and role, and responses to the form questions, for the purposes of nominating your organisation to be included in the Australian AI Ecosystem Discoverability Platform, as well as to assess the activity and usefulness of the platform, and to contact you/your organisation about future NAIC activities.
CSIRO will also collect your system information including your Internet Protocol or MAC address, device number, geolocation data and log/usage data, for the purposes outlined above.
CSIRO may disclose your information to third parties including Salesforce and Microsoft, for the purposes outlined above.
Salesforce will be used to compile an email distribution list. Salesforce uses servers hosted in Germany and France. This means that your personal information may be disclosed to Salesforce servers located outside of Australia. By completing the form, you agree to the potential transfer of your personal information to Salesforce servers located outside of Australia, and you acknowledge that this information may not be subject to the requirements of the Privacy Act.
Certain information you provide about your organisation, if approved by NAIC will be published on the publicly available Discoverability Platform website. No identifiable information about individuals will be published. NAIC will also contact you to confirm the information you have provided via the form prior to publishing.
The information collected via the forms will also be used to inform NAIC’s future activities and events, and to contact you/your organisation about these activities and events. The information will also be de-identified/aggregated before it is published in internal reports provided to DISR, as well as published/presented in publicly available reports and conference presentations. Any publications resulting from this form will be made available on the National AI Centre website