Diana Nucera, Aka Mother Cyborg is an artist, educator and Mother of the ‘Tech Zine’ genre, self-publishing 16 issues that archive 10 years of the Digital Justice and Community Technology movements in print. She believes in the power of self transformation and bringing attention to the importance of technology rooted in community need. Her work focuses on demystify some of tech’s most complex systems including: the science of mixing records, Open Data, Community Wireless Networks, Understanding global Internet Infrastructure and Artificial Intelligence. In 2009 Diana co-founded the Detroit Digital Justice Coalition (DDJC). In 2014 she founded the Detroit Community Technology Project (DCTP), and in 2017 she co-Founded A People’s Guide to AI. Diana creates opportunities to educate and liberate marginalized communities while elevating our collective technological consciousness.