Indigenous Protocols & Artificial Intelligence Incubator
Old Ways, New founder Angie Abdilla, Deakin University’s Tyson Yunkaporta and the Digital Ethnography Research Centre’s Megan Kelleher, bring together an intimate group from diverse cultural practices to collaborate with international Indigenous technologists and leading industry experts such as Genevieve Bell to rethink AI systems.
Old Ways, New invites expressions of early interest in participating in the Indigenous Protocols (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Incubator, which will be held on the 1-6 March 2021, in Warrane (Sydney).
ANAT looks forward to working with residents from the Indigenous Protocols (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Incubator in 2021.
ANAT is excited to soon be partnering with Old Ways, New founder Angie Abdilla, Deakin University’s Tyson Yunkaporta and the Digital Ethnography Research Centre’s Megan Kelleher to support a creative research residency to rethink AI systems, drawn from the Indigenous Protocols (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Incubator in March 2021.
Watch this space for further details!
Old Ways, New is an Indigenous owned and led social enterprise based on Gadigal land in Redfern, Sydney, working with Indigenous Custodians, Elders, knowledge holders and young people. They work with aligned clients who are equally committed to ensuring the key beneficiaries for our projects are Indigenous communities and peoples. Old Ways, New profits support Indigenous-led initiatives and programs as part of the Research & Development arm of the company. This work provides a pathway to utilise Indigenous Knowledges and Knowledge systems in the design of new and emerging engineering practices and computer software technologies. Why? For the restoration, revitalisation, health and wellbeing of Country and its communities.
*David Mowaljarlai’s 1993 map of trade routes and Storylines linking Aboriginal nations across Australia. Ngarinyin Elder David Mowaljarlai (1928 – 1997) from the Northern Kimberley coastal region illustrates the Storylines and trade route map which he named ‘Bandaya’.