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The Inclusive Society course intensive was an interesting class, which I enjoyed from the lecturers to the guest presenters. The appreciation of the intensive rolls from the previous semester, which taught about exclusion and inequality in society. I recall that the class, which showed the different ways exclusion happens in society, also included some ideas […]

“The Ethical Data Futures” proved not just engaging but deeply insightful in highlighting the ethical minefield surrounding data handling. “Excavating AI” especially captivated me by drawing on the historical layers that laid the foundation for today’s AI landscape. The authors’ observation of diverse political perspectives at the outset of AI development resonated deeply. Their categorisation […]

Forced displacement is a very important topic of discussion in our current society, especially in relation to climate change. Reflecting on my intensive class on forced displacement opened me up to the different challenges faced by forcibly displaced people. Among these is poor treatment, as treating them as data objects is quite dehumanising. My observations […]

Rounding off the Welcome Week at The University of Edinburgh on the first week of resumption, we were treated to dinner by the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Programme at the University of Edinburgh. It was a time to create moments, share stories, and have lots of laughs with Pauline Ooko, Mary Joboson, Mirabelle Morah, Foni Vuni […]

  Reflecting on my group work, which we presented this week, makes me appreciate the significance of interdisciplinarity. A hospital is a place of multidiscipline. During my employment in Nigeria in a hospital, we usually had a multidisciplinary meeting that involved our surgeons, theatre nurses, and ward nurses. I attended the meetings on several occasions. […]


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