Indigenous peoples and AI: Challenges of power, inequality and discrimination

OBVIA and IVADO are offering a scholarship to a student in Master’s degree program with thesis to work on issues of power, inequality and discrimination in artificial intelligence (AI) specific to indigenous peoples.

Pr. Thierry Warin



We are looking for students interested in completing a Master’s thesis in the following areas:

The student interested in a dissertation in this area will be able to apply to the OBVIA/IVADO Master’s Thesis: Indigenous Peoples and AI: Challenges of Power, Inequality and Discrimination. The deadline is December 10, 2021.

Methodology of choice

Research environment


Professeur responsable

Supervising professor


Community values and Honor Code

In this project, you will have access to some of the tools we use on our data science platform in our lab The use of these tools requires adherence to our Honour Code. This comes on top of the school’s regulations.

Community Values

It is essential to foster a supportive e-learning environment.

In our lab, we believe it is essential that all participants embody and uphold our community values in order to foster a supportive online learning environment where individuals can have open discussion, reflect on their thinking and learn from each other.

Our laboratory’s Honour Code

A code of honour, ethics and respect.

Our Honour Code complements the Community Values Statement and reflects the commitment of participants as members of the learning community to participate in, foster and sustain the learning model of our laboratory.