Trustworthy AI

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.

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"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.

2023 Central Issues

At MozFest, we focus on the most pressing issues of our current digital world.

  • A poster pinned to a corkboard that reads 'Trust me, I'm an AI.' surrounded by sticky notes to the right of the poster.

    Bias

    The result of systematic design, allowing for unevenly distributed power. Let's redesign the system.

  • A black and white tailors mannequin with a pink sign around the neck that says 'Free Your Data!' in the background there is a model of a fox's head.

    Data Stewardship

    The process of how our data is gathered, governed, deployed. Our data should benefit, not harm.

  • A world map with sticky notes added to different countries

    Movement Building

    An enduring practice, deep commitment towards shared goals, and desire to see systemic change.

  • A photograph of a transparent, plastic, cube with blue LED lights and mirror inside it, creating a dotted pattern on it's surface.

    Transparency

    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.

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Community Spotlight

Meet Tara Vassefi

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.

MozFest 2023 Spaces

Think of Spaces at MozFest as mini-festivals. Within each Space, participants can find everything they need: interactive, community-led sessions, inspiring talks, art installations, lots of coffee, and community.


Blockchain Fairy Tales: What if Happily Ever After is not Guaranteed?

AI Cosmologies

A crowd photo of participants at a prior MozFest event, centered on the Mozilla mascot

Allies in Practice

A sign on a cork pin board that says "Trust me, I'm an AI: surrounded by sticky notes.

Autonomy & Governance

a person wearing glasses facing away from the camera, their blue tshirt has yellow writing on the back that reads 'this technology could fall into the right hands'

Humans Behind The Machine

A photo of a unicorn in the MozFest Queering space, with a paper tag advertising a 'Queer Censorship' session

Radical Inclusion

a paper jungle created to decorate a space at a previous in-person MozFest

Tech & Biodiversity

An illustration of a person meditating with the words 'Human Centred Internet' on the right.

Education & Access

mozilla logo - a white m in the middle of a black square

MoZone

A MozFest Session taking place in the Youth Zone, where a facilitator is helping a participant

Youth Zone

A Transparent Cube with blue LED lights inside it

Utility of Transparency


Get Involved

There are many ways to participate in MozFest, from working groups to facilitating a session, to watching our speaker series online.

MozFest 2023 Tickets

There are two types of registrations available, Pay What You Can, which starts at €0, or you can become a MozFest Patron, offering additional benefits, starting at €250.

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Working Groups

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.

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Volunteer

Being a volunteer at the festival is a great behind-the-scenes chance to learn how this incredible event unfolds. Registration opens December 2022.

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