The 2018 Indaba - the annual gathering of the African AI community - will likely be the world’s largest gathering dedicated to teaching and debate at the state of the art in machine learning and artificial intelligence. As the main Indaba grows in size, and as we spread into many smaller IndabaX meetings, it becomes important to make a strong commitment to all the Indaba’s attendees that there will be a welcoming, electrifying, and importantly, safe environment in which everyone can meet and learn.
This necessitates a code of conduct, and our's is designed around a philosophy, one that manifests in many ways across our continent, of familyhood and unity. The code of conduct gives everyone a clear understanding of the expected standards of behaviour. Every attendee will have agreed to this code of conduct before registration, and can be assured that we have a clear process for handling any reports or incidents.