From Monday 21 to Friday 25 October, MozFest House in Central London hosts talks, workshops, film screenings and networking opportunities in the run-up to the Festival Weekend.
This year, MisinfoCon London will focus on the challenges that misinformation raises for civil society in three areas: elections, media literacy, and algorithmic society. We invite the policy, academic, research and technology community to join us in learning about current projects and initiatives and brainstorm practical applications or recommendations related to these topics.
Grant for the Web will kickstart a healthier internet ecosystem built on open standards. This ecosystem will require the thoughtful design in order to be inclusive and accessible. From documentation to support, from infrastructure to technology, ensuring that these aspects are equitable and human centered will be essential to building a movement of people inspired to spark new business models for the web.
During this workshop, you will help to design, grow, and launch a community of people — creators, publishers, fans, supporters — interested in bringing more independence and control over how content is distributed and monetized on the web. We will use a use unconference approach to democratize participation and attendees will be invited and expected to contribute.
This is a 2-day convening, hosted by Whose Knowledge?, where invited community activists, scholars, linguists, archivists, and technologists come together to discuss how we can create a more multi-lingual internet.
We are a friendly community of Tech aficionados with a particular interest in machine learning. We are set up to discuss ongoing work, spread knowledge and be better machine learning practitioners.
Come along and hear from experienced machine learning experts in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere over food and drinks.
Welcome community organizers & internet health friends! In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to use the principles of open leadership and movement building to mobilize your community around a healthier internet. This workshop is for community organizers, open web activists and anyone interested in mobilizing the internet health movement.
This will be an opportunity to connect with digital arts practitioners approaching the theme of the festival -- Trustworthy AI -- and explore ways Mozilla can continue to support and leverage creative perspectives into the movement building work it is undertaking around internet health. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Each day MozFest House offers a co-working space inside the RSA which includes an open cafe to work from and host informal meetings, and quiet corners around the building to work.