Indigenous Protocol & AI
Mar. 1-2, 2019 | Honolulu, United States
May 26-June 1, 2019 | Honolulu, United States
Participants from the Indigenous Protocol and AI workshop.
How do we broaden discussions about the role of technology in society, and how can these conversations be informed by Indigenous knowledge and culture? These workshops bring Indigenous ways of making and maintaining relationships with human and non-human kin to bear on the question of how to build ethical relationships with AI. Workshop participants will come from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, including machine learning, design, symbolic systems, cognition and computation, visual/performing arts, philosophy, linguistics, anthropology, and sociology.
Leadership Team: Jason Edward Lewis, Concordia University, Canada; Angie Abdilla, Old Ways. New. Indigenous Knowledge Consulting, Australia; ʻŌiwi Parker Jones, Oxford University, United Kingdom; Fox Harrell, MIT, United States