All Tech Is Human: San Francisco is an all-day ethical tech summit with 175 technologists, academics, advocates, students, org leaders, artists, designers, policymakers, and YOU. Join us for an impactful mix of lightning talks, topical panels, strategy sessions, tech/humanity art performance, and meeting others in the thoughtful tech movement!
This event was a smorgasbord of ethics, emerging tech, and unintended consequences. A diverse group of technologists, academics, designers, organizational leaders, students, policymakers, and other interested parties come together to tackle thorny societal tech issues. It is multidisciplinary and collaborative, shining a light on blind spots and injecting more thoughtfulness in how we create and implement new technologies.
Speakers and participants will include organizational leaders, ethical tech advocates, tech enthusiasts, and interested media from a diverse range of perspectives. Attendees can expect to leave with a more nuanced understanding of the challenges facing us today, more awareness of the growing ethical tech ecosystem, and concrete opportunities to engage in collaborative efforts.
Our first gathering was a panel discussion around better aligning the business interests of social media with human interests. Planned in January 2018 and scheduled for mid-March 2018, it fell days after the Cambridge Analytica scandal and featured CNN’s Laurie Segall, NPR’s Anya Kamenetz, Center for Humane Technology’s Max Stossel, and All Tech Is Human’s David Ryan Polgar. You can listen to the conversation here.