Q&A with Aza Raskin (US), co-founder of Center for Humane Technology

Thursday, Sep 5
21:30 — 22:00
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Q&A with Aza Raskin (US), co-founder of Center for Humane Technology

Join us for a Q&A with keynote speaker Aza Raskin (US)

Aza is a co-founder of The Center for Humane Technology, which is focusing on reversing the digital attention crisis and realigning technology with human interests. Previously, Aza Raskin helped build the web at Mozilla as Head of User Experience, was named to Forbes 30-under-30 and was named Master of Design by Fast Company, for his work founding Massive Health. The company was acquired by Jawbone, where he was VP of Innovation. Before that, he founded (acquired by Google), Humanized (acquired by Mozilla), and was a dark matter physicist at both University of Chicago and Tokyo University. He is proud to have served on the board for Planned Parenthood in California. He is less proud to have invented the infinite scroll.

Moderator: Henrik Chulu

Henrik Chulu is an independent writer and speaker on social empowerment
in a digital world. He works with Cybernauterne, a group of specialists
offering courses, consulting and keynotes on digital literacy and cyber
security. Previously, he has worked with Mozilla and Tactical Technology
Collective on The Glass Room project in New York City and contributed to
Mozilla’s annual Internet Health Reports among a multitude of other
projects in the intersection of art, technology and activism.

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