Top luminaries, grassroots activists, creative technologists, and interested consumers from around the world gather to share their insights, reflections, and ideas at MozFest. These conversations and collaborations are too good to not share on-demand, all year long.
In September 2023, MozFest House: Kenya brought together builders, researchers, policymakers, activists, civil society organizations, and philanthropy to connect and explore critical issues related to a healthy internet and trustworthy AI with regional focus on Eastern and Southern Africa.
Main Stage Highlights
Watch as we delve into #tech and #AI's impact on African communities, tackle the hurdles of #misinformation, and uncover ways to craft a better digital experience.
Join visionaries as they explore strategies bridging the gaps in the AI industry to create an equitable digital landscape that truly reflects and benefits their communities.
Main Stage Highlights
The Intelligence of Voice and Volition. Examining the humanness of technology, and how it first starts with us.
Delve into the policy landscape of the EU, discussing existing regulations and initiatives aimed at curbing these practices.
Has exploitation expanded and adapted from offline to online? What is the cost of pursuing fame and influence online?
Dialogues and Debates
Angela Davies and Christian Smalls share their insights and experiences on building and mobilizing grassroots movements for change.
To strengthen the Mozilla manifesto by responding to the current moment and the evolution in technology.
Mozilla is joining the Fediverse in 2023 to co-create its future. What are its greatest opportunities and limitations? How can we scale methodology and not solutions? What is the public discourse square of the future? Who is building it?
Discussion and Workshop Highlights
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!