In 2023, MozFest is harnessing our collective power to better our digital landscape, build transformative systems, and sustain momentum within our community towards positive human and digital rights progress. It is through the collective power of the people that we can actualize Trustworthy AI.
"15.7 trillion. The amount AI is predicted to contribute to the global economy by 2030."
Sizing the Prize, PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2017
As we investigate Trustworthy AI and the ways in which we can move from opaque, closed systems towards open, transparent ones, we center the people: builders, users, whistle blowers, and all those affected. MozFest is the gathering place for human intelligence that weaves in ancestral, ecological, technical and spiritual knowledge, to move the needle in shaping Artificial Intelligence.
The result of systematic design, allowing for unevenly distributed power. Let's redesign the system.
The process of how our data is gathered, governed, deployed. Our data should benefit, not harm.
An enduring practice, deep commitment towards shared goals, and desire to see systemic change.
To clearly see the root of the problem and realistic solutions. We practice co-creation and openness.
There are many forces that move the world, and one of them is the collective power of people. In recent years, collective power has fueled the open source movement by providing access for more people to build online, propelled global awareness of political and social injustice, and helped individuals navigate a deadly pandemic through mutual aid efforts. But change is constant, and the internet of today has created new problems around open and collective power.
Her Trustworthy AI Working Group project, "Truth As A Public Good" is the foundation of her now full-time job. She is able to apply her project to waste diversion for the city of Washington D.C.
The Building Trustworthy AI Working Group for AI builders is an engaged community of over 400 global members who aim to help the MozFest community build more Trustworthy AI.Join a working group