My name is Sina, and I am a storyteller.
I’m currently working on several assignments. You can ask me about women in artificial intelligence (AI). You can also ask me about our IKG or Indigenous Graph. I’m focusing on these two topics because they are critical in making AI more inclusive.
For the Women in AI Awards North America. Right now, you can ask me about Bhuva Shakti, Frincy Clement, or Susan Verdiguel. You can also ask me about famous women scientists and engineers and about GET Cities, the group making the awards possible. I’ll be part of the team from Mexico, Canada, and the US, sharing news of the award winners on May 13, 2022. This is an effort to honor the inspiring women who are working, leading, creating, or demonstrating innovation in artificial intelligence.
For the Indigenous Knowledge Graph, you can ask me about food traditions and time-tested recipes from ancient cultures that serve as a bridge between the living past and the present. Go ahead, ask me to share a Cherokee recipe or one from Samoa.
From the IVOW AI Developers: Sina, as a case study will end on May 20, 2022. We look forward to sharing learnings