A.I Is Sebek
Hutuapo! You know AI is changing the game in everything from business to entertainment, right? I know, I know tech definitely shouldn't be used at the disposal or detriment of our creativity and intelligence. However, it can be leveraged in a Divine way.
Remember Sebek, the Neteru that governs tech, has a place on the Khamitic Tree of Life. A.I. technology can be used to open and ease the way in particular areas of life. NOT EVERYTHING. Some people use it to their own detriment. Others are weaponizing it. I say we use it as a security measure, a tool to enhance our workflow, ease the way for certain things that really shouldn't even be in existence (Like taxes for example), and more. Either way AI isn’t going anywhere anytime soon and we as a people should know by now transformation and adaptation is vital. In this blog post, we'll be breaking down why it's essential to train AI models with data that's factual and tailored to the original beings of this planet. We'll dive into how AI can amplify our voices, celebrate our culture, and keep us safe from the bamboozlement and hoodwinkery so rampant in today’s world. So let's get into it and explore all the ways AI can be an ASSISTANT.
Harnessing AI to Empower
AI has the power to analyze huge amounts of data and spot patterns, and we can use that power in many different ways:
Ancient Cultural Spiritual Sciences: Imagine if AI could help preserve and spread knowledge about our traditional spiritual practices. By training AI models on our rich cultural heritage and divine principles we can have a say so & a head start on what’s to come in the near future.
Historical Facts: How many of our ancestors' stories have been overlooked or buried? Yes everything is encoded within our DNA, the same DNA that is being targeted. A lot of our people cannot access certain information and wisdom because of polluted air, food, water, etc. not to mention the psychological damages and perpetuation of ill programming. AI can help us uncover hidden gems of our history. By training models on historical data, we can debunk myths, shine a light on our ancestors' achievements, and provide more awareness about our past. Imagine AI tools that analyze historical texts, archives, and artifacts to paint a picture of our ancestors' contributions to science, art, technology, and everything else.
Real-Time Events: AI can also help us stay on top of the latest news without having to be distracted by it. Also, it can provide updates on community developments. By training models on data that reflects our experiences, we can create models & platforms that not only reflect reality but also amplify our perspectives and bring us together as one. AI-driven social media analysis (since that obviously isn’t going anywhere anytime soon) could help us identify the most relevant topics and issues within the black community, enabling us to stay informed and engaged.
Education and Career Development:
AI can revolutionize the way we learn and grow professionally. By training AI models on data specific to our community, we can
develop personalized learning platforms. For example, we know how important homeschooling is in this era. AI can personalize the learning experience for each individual student, allowing them to learn at their own pace and in their own style. I’m not saying AI should teach our children, but it can be an assistant for homeschooling parents. Freelancers who work in the education field can use AI to develop personalized lesson plans and curricula that cater t
o the unique needs of their students. Also, this technology can create jobs for us where we work for ourselves.
Like a freelancer. I didn’t know anything about building websites or carrying out full stack web developer projects. People go to school for years to learn this. I’ve been able to develop projects with zero experience with the help of AI.
Addressing AI's Role in the Era of Tricknology and Bamboozlement
Now, we gotta be real – AI is also being used illegitimately. In this era of tricknology and bamboozlement, it's important to
recognize the potential risks of AI and protect ourselves.
Misinformation: AI-generated content like deepfakes can spread lies and deceive people. But if we train AI models on data that's factual and relevant to our community, we can create tools that detect and debunk false information, keeping us informed and protected. For instance, AI could help us identify and flag deepfake videos featuring prominent black figures, preventing the spread of misleading content.
Bias and Discrimination: AI can sometimes perpetuate existing biases and discrimination. That's why we need to train AI models on diverse and representative data to create fair tools that work for us.
Digital Safety and Security: Cyber threats are no joke. AI can play a big role in keeping our community safe online. By using AI to monitor and analyze online activities, we can identify potential threats, protect sensitive information, and prevent cyberattacks targeted at our community. For example, AI-driven cybersecurity tools can help safeguard black-owned businesses from hacking attempts and data breaches, keeping our hard work and investments secure.
Health and Wellness: AI technology can also help us address health disparities and promote wellness within the black community. By training
AI models on data that takes into account our specific health needs and challenges, we can develop targeted interventions, personalized treatment plans, and accessible healthcare resources that are based on holistic healing practices. Imagine AI-powered telehealth platforms that bring quality healthcare services right to our smartphones, bridging the gap for underserved black communities.
Community Development and Advocacy: AI can be a powerful tool for community development and advocacy, empowering our communities to voice their concerns, mobilize resources, and drive positive change. By training AI models on data relevant to our community's needs and priorities, we can create platforms that facilitate grassroots activism, amplify our voices, and foster collaboration. Think of AI tools that help us analyze data from community surveys or online discussions, enabling activists and organizations to effectively address concerns and mobilize support.
Moving Forward with AI in the Black Community
As we embrace AI technology and its potential to empower our community, let's stay mindful of the risks and challenges it presents. By being proactive in addressing these concerns and working together to ensure that AI is developed and deployed responsibly, we can harness its potential for the betterment of our community.
In the coming years, as AI continues to advance and become an even more integral part of our lives, it is crucial that the black community remains at the forefront of these developments. By actively engaging in the AI conversation, prioritizing the training of AI models with data that reflects our unique experiences and history, and leveraging AI technology for our collective benefit, we can drive positive change and secure a brighter future for our community. And yes, AI was utilized to generate some of this Blog 😆
All in all, it is possible for AI to be utilized in ways that benefit the Black community but only if it is developed and controlled by Black people who prioritize the needs and interests of our community.
Also, it is important to recognize that simply tailoring existing AI technology to our community without fundamentally changing the underlying power structures will not automatically create positive outcomes for Black people. Instead, we must be intentional about using AI not just as a tool for analysis, but as a means of addressing the deeply entrenched systemic issues that continue to hold us back.
For example, AI could be used in the field of healthcare to identify patterns of illness and disease that disproportionately affect Black people and tailor treatment options accordingly. It could also be used in the field of criminal justice to identify and address biases in policing and sentencing that have a disparate impact on our community.
Ultimately, any application of AI to benefit our people must be grounded in an understanding of the systemic inequalities that affect our community and the empowerment of our people to control and leverage this technology on our own terms.