MozFest is a unique hybrid: part art, tech and society convening, part maker festival, and the premiere gathering for activists in diverse global movements fighting for a more humane digital world.
Over the years, MozFest has fueled the movement to ensure the internet benefits humanity, rather than harms it. We remain focused in our work to build a healthier internet and more Trustworthy AI.
Join the internet health community for these exciting opportunities and events that explore what it takes to build a better web.
Featured Sessions at MozFest House: Amsterdam
Tech We Trust
We need to prepare the next generation of digital leaders to understand the dangers of biased algorithms. In this fun workshop, design your own algorithm, and then see it in action. Can you be fair? Or are you accidentally creating a disadvantage among your peers?
Who Pulls The Strings Of AI?
A challenge for developing AI in a responsible way is to address how power dynamics influence the creation of an AI system. Using boundary objects, AI power dynamics become tangible and interactive for even those with no technical experience.
Ethical Dilemma Cafe
Grab a hot drink, explore installations, listen to related talks and join workshops that raise the issues we face with data today. What personal data would you give up for a free hot drink?
Fostering Transparency and Building a Cooperative Economy
By being open and transparent, we can build trust and empower people to hold tech companies accountable. Join this roundtable discussion to outline action items for policymakers, leaders, and civil society organizations.
Cross-cultural & Generational Interactive Media Exploration
In this workshop, use words contributed by women/womxn from over 40 countries to create art that explores concepts of beauty and gender through the PearAI.Art participatory app, countering AI's misperceptions of us.
Relive MozFest 2023 with access to hundreds of inspiring On-Demand sessions. Secure your pay-what-you-can ticket today!
Featured Virtual Sessions
Through the lens of indigenous language data this panel explores data practices ranging from extractive to centering communities in decision-making and sharing the data benefits with them.
An exchange between Siwatu-Salama Ra and Sanaa Seif about the links between Octavia E. Butler’s Parables, technology, climate justice, and movements to end criminalization, militarism and colonialism. Moderated by Yasmin Elayat.
Applying generative AI to mediumship reifies the magic and unknowability of these black-box machines, yet centers agency on the experience of human creators to manifest artifacts in line with their imagination. Experience our AI-powered séance!
Our Latest Dialogues and Debates
In a world where progress is needed more than ever, this is your chance to be a part of the solution. Watch this unforgettable conversation with Angela Davis, a world-renowned scholar, author, and champion for human rights, and Christian Smalls, an unwavering labour rights activist and President of the Amazon Labor Union, moderated by industry veteran and VP of Global Programs at Mozilla, J. Bob Alotta.