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Aula Fellowship for AI Science, Tech, and Policy

Actor

Actor Type

Civil Society

Justice Area(s)

Community Health and Collective Security

Disability Justice

Economic Justice

Environmental Justice

Gender Justice

Human Rights

Racial Justice

AI Impact(s)

Bias and discrimination

Economic harm and inequity

Energy Consumption

Environmental destruction and climate change

Exploitation of Workers

Gender-based Violence

Human Rights Violation

Inaccessible Tech

Lack of Data

LGBTQIA+ Discrimination

Location(s)

Global

The Aula Fellowship for AI Science, Tech, and Policy aims for the responsible proliferation of AI. The organization works to get bring underrepresented voices into the AI conversation. Fellows conduct research, develop tech, and engage in policy making on a global and local level.

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L. Lusike Mukhongo, PhD is an Associate Professor at Western Michigan University. Her research explores global digital hegemonies, participatory digital cultures, automated biases in technology, data justice, and digital inclusion. Her ongoing research includes artificial intelligence and environmental justice, voice-enabled chatbots for women small-holder farmers in Africa, non-extractive and non-intrusive community-engaged digital storytelling, decolonizing digital hegemonies, and immersive technologies.

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