Aztecas del norte, mojados, Indigenous peoples, First Nations People, mestizos, Redskins, American Indians, Mexican Indians, Native Americans, Natives, savages, minorities, at risk peoples or asterisks peoples are some names or codes the Indigenous body is subjected to using settler colonialist language. To be named by the colonizer silences. To be categorized as a placeholder in a growing web of data is erasure. Both are violent. This dehumanization is enabled by a gilded history passed down through generations of underrepresented and now coded bodies, one that necessitates an interference which aims to undo this settler-colonialist structuring and catapult progress. As an Indigenous cyberfeminist, I seek to contemporize Indigeneity by deeply exploring the social and cultural implications AI has as a colonial posthuman organism. Some concepts I am exploring are intergenerational trauma/body memory, de/colonization and the decolonial gesture, digital flesh/the digital body, digital attunement, digital borders and digital immanence. A more recent term I am developing is the technological haunt.