Program

KEYNOTE: Machines and Personhood: A Nguni Perspective on the Quest for AI
KEYNOTE: Machines and Personhood: A Nguni Perspective on the Quest for AI
KEYNOTE: Machines and Personhood: A Nguni Perspective on the Quest for AI
KEYNOTE: Machines and Personhood: A Nguni Perspective on the Quest for AI

KEYNOTE: Machines and Personhood: A Nguni Perspective on the Quest for AI
KEYNOTE: Machines and Personhood: A Nguni Perspective on the Quest for AI
KEYNOTE: Machines and Personhood: A Nguni Perspective on the Quest for AI
KEYNOTE: Machines and Personhood: A Nguni Perspective on the Quest for AI

Thursday, September 10, 2020
12:30_13:30 EDT

Société des arts technologiques [SAT]

$30

(taxes and fees included)

This talk will explore Indigenous Relational Humanism (Ubu-Ntu) from Southern Africa, Afro-Futurism, and how we can re-imagine the ways we create and relate to AI, as well as how it relates to us individually and as diverse communities.

This activity takes place in English - although questions in French are also welcome.
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