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Mozfest Mozilla Festival London
October 21 - October 27£45
MozFest is the world’s leading festival for the open Internet movement.
Mozfest – 10th-anniversary gathering of educators, activists, technologists, researchers, artists, and young people dedicated to creating a better, healthier internet. A seven-day celebration for, by, and about people who love the internet, showcasing world-changing ideas and technology through workshops, talks, and interactive sessions. London, UK; Oct 21-27, 2019
- Discover new tech, wild ideas, and inspiring stories in over 300 interactive sessions.
- Share your brilliant ideas to make the internet healthier.
- Fuel your work with new collaborations and connections.
- Celebrate the tools, art, and community we’ve built together in the past 10 years.
2019 Theme: “Healthy AI”
Artificial intelligence might bring to mind futuristic tech, like superhuman robots or devious computer systems. But algorithms that make decisions for us are embedded in emerging and familiar technologies today, from search engines and social networks to facial recognition and self-driving cars. At MozFest 2019, we’ll explore how machines are making decisions for us now, and what AI advances are on the horizon. Together we’ll brainstorm ways to bring more social responsibility, ethics, and user agency to AI… today, and in the future.
Arts & Culture at MozFest
From maker communities to web-native art, from online inspiration to digital design, the web fuels creativity in a myriad of ways. We harness this power to fight for a healthy internet and explore how arts and culture can shape emerging technologies, like Artificial Intelligence, for the better. In the Arts & Culture Experience, we champion practitioners from across the worlds of art and cultural heritage, whose creativity shines a critical light on contemporary innovation and encourages speculation about what lies ahead.
In 2019, we’ll gather diverse perspectives for workshops, show-and-tell opportunities at an Art & Culture Salon, and a unique exhibition of artwork responding to the festival’s theme, More Responsible Artificial Intelligence.