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"The bias that we're finding in these systems, it's not a bug, it's a feature. It's a feature of white s*premacy", says

#AI #artificalintelligence

cc @CodedBias @shalinikantayya
"From an #indigenous perspective, we see ourselves in a relational dynamic with all things.. human, non-human, sentient, non-sentient. All things.", says @OldWaysNewTech

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We're kicking off now with our NAIDOC panel discussion to celebrate 50 years of Aboriginal community controlled legal services. We'll be tweeting some of the key comments here. Looking forward to an engaging yarn!
Uncle Lyall Munro Jr tells us that one of the first protests leading to establishment of the ALS was for workers' rights in Wee Waa. The workers came to Sydney to fight for their rights in court and networked with other staunch activists.
Our host Peter Stapleton notes that Aboriginal women have always been involved and played leading roles in the ALS. Aunty Lorraine Wright, one of our panelists, started her journey with us as a manager of the Western (NSW) Aboriginal Legal Service.
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NOW LIVE: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples were some of the world's first astronomers.

Explore the sky and the stars with us, @raejohnston, @AstroKirsten and Djarra Delaney. #NAIDOCWeek #NAIDOC2020 #AlwaysWasAlwaysWillBe…
Tonight's host is @raejohnston, the science & technology editor at @NITV.
Our two #NAIDOC2020 events are hosted as part of our reconciliation action plan, which was launched last year. Read about our progress towards reconciliation:…
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We begin our webinar with Co-Chair of the Uluru Dialogue Leadership Group & Chairperson of the Lowitja Institute Pat Anderson AO. Aunty Pat begins by emphasising the "gift" of the Uluru Statement to the Australian people. #UluruStatement #IndigenousX #auspol #auslaw #NAIDOC2020
Aunty Pat details the long history of reports on constitutional reform over the past decade. Importantly however Indigenous people had not been consoled directly. This was the importance of the Referendum Council #UluruStatement #IndigenousX #auspol #auslaw #NAIDOC2020
Aunty Pat emphasises that this webinar series is about sharing the message of the Uluru Statement and detailing the importance of the sequenced reforms of Voice, Treaty and Truth #UluruStatement #IndigenousX #auspol #auslaw #NAIDOC2020
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