Trudeau scholar - PhD Individualized Program (INDI)
How traditional Lakota philosophies can shape new technologies
Suzanne Kite is an Oglala Lakota performance artist, visual artist and composer currently completing a PhD in Concordia's Individualized Program (INDI).
Her work examines contemporary Lakota epistemologies through research-creation, computational media and performance practice, and how these can impact the development of new technologies such as AI.
A member of South Dakota's Pine Ridge Reservation, Kite is working under the supervision of Jason Lewis, Research Chair in Computational Media, and is a research assistant for the Initiative of Indigenous Futures.