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New blog: Data autonomy: A student’s perspective of the future

23 April 2024
Victor Toma

The topic of data autonomy is often overlooked in educational discourse. This is odd, considering that data is being produced at an unprecedented rate.

In his blog, Victor Toma argues that universities can help standardise autonomy practices. If students learn more about data literacy, they can be a powerful force for change in society.

Victor Toma is a a second year student at the Data Science and Society bachelor and student assistant for the Data Autonomy intiative. He believes that data autonomy could be one of the most influential and important vectors of change within society.

Last modified:02 May 2024 4.42 p.m.

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