Dr. Karaitiana Taiuru on Māori Data, Ethics and Artificial Intelligence

 
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Dr. Karaitiana Taiuru is an interdisciplinary Māori academic activist who works on Artificial Intelligence ethics and colonisation, data sovereignty; genomic ethics; property rights & Tikanga Māori. He coined the term “Digital Colonialism” and has played a leading role in focusing Maori in modern technology. He is the author of the world’s first Indigenous ethics guidelines for AI, Algorithms, Data and the Internet of Things and the author of a major ICT/Social media Dictionary of the Māori Language with over 375,000 translations. He also created the first electronic Māori Dictionary Te Reo Tupu, a compilation of all major dictionaries and helped to ensure that Māori could be written on computers and the web and has developed Māori language tools and a myriad of publications.

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