Angie Abdilla is a Palawa/ Trawlwoolway woman based in Sydney. She founded Old Ways, New in 2016, where she works with Indigenous knowledge holders and Indigenous Knowledge systems across the continent in the design of places and deep technologies. She has presented her published research on Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Robotics, and Artificial Intelligence at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and co-founded the pioneering international Indigenous Protocols and Artificial Intelligence Symposium (IP AI). Within academia, she lectures on human/technology inter-relations and interaction design. She is a Fellow of The Ethics Centre and an Advisory Board member of the CSIRO Indigenous STEM Academy.
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