· Read in 6mins · 1297 words · The Artificial Intelligence we believe to be global, is far from it. It is localised. Contained. Within restricted geographies and people. As the pressure of containm…
Shakir MohamedNew post: Decolonising Artificial Intelligence. Decolonisation emphasises self-ownership and self-confidence. This is a topic that I think will become more prominent; I wanted to learn more and explore different ways of thinking and of the paths forward 🧱
Busy Being Black with Josh Rivers is the podcast exploring how we live in the fullness of our queer Black lives.
Shakir Mohamed#SundaySoundtrack 🎧 + #BlackHistoryMonth: Everyone, and especially all we queer busy blacks, should listen to @_busybeingblack 🏳️🌈. Will fill your soul, resonante with your own journey, and remind you to be joyful. One of the best podcasts of the year 😻.
Margaret MacMillan examines the role of civilians as supporters and victims of conflict.
Shakir MohamedSunday Soundtrack: BBC Reith Lectures. The 2018 lectures we given by Margaret MacMillan called "The Mark of Cain". A deep exposition of war and humanity and their connectedness. This topic is often on our minds as AI researchers, so useful to reflect on.
The Fellows we selected are deeply embedded in their respective communities, working together to build not just immediate solutions but long-term change. See what else we look for in our Obama Fellows.