Inclusive Content, Ethical Design, and All of Us

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From fake news on Facebook to Nazis on Twitter to creepy kids’ content on YouTube, it seems like we can’t get through a day without hearing about a tech product that perpetuates bias, manipulates users, or even undermines democracy. But many conversations inside our companies haven’t changed: we hear about delighting users, disrupting industries, extracting personal data, and of course, maximizing “engagement.” It’s time all of us working in the field confront this dissonance head on, and start asking some hard questions about our companies, our roles, and our values.
In this session, we’ll get real about the ethical failures within our industry, and what we can do about them.

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