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Hua Ki’i: A Prototype for Developing Ethical Indigenous AI
Join CAIDA and Language Sciences for Hua Ki’i - A Prototype for Developing Ethical Indigenous AI, a talk by five Indigenous scholars from five distinct nations:

Caroline Running Wolf (Apsáalooke )
Caleb Moses (Maori)
Dr. Noelani Arista (Kanaka Maoli)
Michael Running Wolf (Cheyenne/Lakota), and
Joel Davison (Gadigal/Dunghutti)

The five speakers are members of the Indigenous Protocol and Artificial Intelligence Working Group and will talk about the group's work, Indigenous protocol considerations in AI, and the development of the Hua Ki'i app, a prototype of these protocols in action which uses object recognition to translate images into Indigenous languages, starting with Hawaiian.

Hosted by Associate Professor Candace Kaleimamoowahinekapu Galla, UBC, Department of Language & Literacy Education and Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies.

If you require an accessibility-related measure (e.g.: sign language interpretation, captioning, or any other accessibility-related measure), please contact Alex Walls at alex.walls@ubc.ca or 778 984 6173.

May 13, 2021 02:00 PM in Vancouver

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