These earliest known hominids stood upright, lived in groups, and had adapted to living in open areas rather than in forests.Coming forward to the late Stone Age, recent research in historical linguistics--and increasingly in archaeology as well--has begun to clarify the broad outlines of the prehistoric populations of present-day Ethiopia.
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“But you might not have met the brilliant AI researchers and technologists driving the edge of innovation.” Timnit Gebru, who came to the United States when she was 16 years old and is currently a Ph D candidate at the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, states “my main research interest lies in data mining large scale publicly available images to gain sociological insight, and working on computer vision problems that arise as a result,” adding that her “research is supported by the NSF foundation GRFP fellowship and currently the Stanford DARE fellowship.” Forbes highlights that Timnit also “actively works to boost diversity and inclusion in the field of AI.” After noticing that she was the only black woman at a major AI conference, she co-founded the social community Black In AI to drive connection and participation in AI research. “This is the most diverse/inclusive classroom I have ever been in,” says Timnit regarding her Ethiopia experience.
In addition Timnit returned to Ethiopia to co-teach Addis Coder, a programming bootcamp, to a diverse range of young students and to help them gain admissions into top U. “All regions of Ethiopia were represented with many religions and at least 10 languages (there were 85 students).
Anthropologists believe that East Africa's Great Rift Valley is the site of humankind's origins.
(The valley traverses Ethiopia from southwest to northeast.) In 1974 archaeologists excavating sites in the Awash River valley discovered 3.5-million-year- old fossil skeletons, which they named Australopithecus afarensis.