Traditional Indigenous Knowledge

As more indigenous people become filmmakers, writers, historians, museum curators, and journalists,
they will be able to use a dazzling array of technological tools to tell their own stories, in their own voice, in their own way.

Disaster prediction system using unusual animal behaviour

Dr. Bindu S. Mony, et. al. introduces a project that entails monitoring animal movement and the use of Convolution Neural Network(CNN), Spectrograms and Mel-frequency cepstral coefficients (MFCC).

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How can Indigenous Knowledge Shape Our View of AI

Karina Kesserwan for Policy Options highlights how indigenous conceptions of what is human, of what has a spirit and what doesn’t, offer a different way of considering AI — and how we relate to each other.

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Three Thousand Years of Algorithmic Rituals

Matteo Pasquinelli on e-Flux asks “How can we define a Vedic ritual, the Agnicayana, as algorithmic?” and traces the emergence of A.I. as a long historical process starting from calculations of space.

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Tapping Machine Learning: Biomimicry for Innovation

IBM describes process behind machine learning-based system for biomimicry-relevant content generation and high-level organization.

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What Tree Rings Can Tell Us
About The History Of The World

Carolyn Gramling for Science News reports on a new book Tree Story, by researcher Valerie Trouet, who invites readers into the world of dendrochronology.

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Shaping AI: Integrating Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS)

Dr McEdward Murimbika introduces global views of IKS, outlining limits and opportunities for convergence in the age of exponential Artificial Intelligence

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