Attend All Tech Is Human's popular monthly series in NYC which brings together a broad range of backgrounds who are all committed to tackling wicked tech & society issues & co-creating a tech future aligned with the public interest! This gathering is in person in NYC.
All of our Responsible Tech Mixers reach capacity (venue fits 200). Come meet others who are focused on building a better tech future, share resources & learn from each other, listen to a fireside chat, & find moments of collaboration. Food, drinks, & an incredible community are included in this entirely free gathering. As a thank you to everyone who supports All Tech Is Human & the growing responsible tech movement, the first 65 attendees will receive a free copy of Kashmir Hill's new book, Your Face Belongs To Us!
Join Hill for a special fireside chat about Your Face Belongs To Us before you can get your book signed during the mixer! The first 65 attendees who show up will receive a free copy.
About Kashmir Hill's Your Face Belongs To Us
New York Times tech reporter Kashmir Hill was skeptical when she got a tip about a mysterious app called Clearview AI that claimed it could, with 99 percent accuracy, identify anyone based on just one snapshot of their face. The app could supposedly scan a face and, in just seconds, surface every detail of a person's online life: their name, social media profiles, friends & family members, home address, & photos that they might not have even known existed. If it was everything it claimed to be, it would be the ultimate surveillance tool, & it would open the door to everything from stalking to totalitarian state control. Could it be true?
About Kashmir Hill
Kashmir Hill is a tech reporter at The New York Times, where her writing about the intersection of privacy & technology pioneered the genre. Hill has worked & written for a number of publications, including The New Yorker, The Washington Post, Gizmodo, Popular Science, Forbes, & many others.
About All Tech Is Human
All Tech Is Human is a non-profit that unites people, organizations, & ideas to tackle wicked tech & society issues at the speed of tech. Based in NYC with a global audience, we have a wide range of activities designed around multistakeholder convening & community-building, multidisciplinary education, & diversifying the traditional tech pipeline with more backgrounds, disciplines, & perspectives.
Join our Slack community of over 6k members across 74 countries
Participate in an open working groups that develops a community report
Attend our summits & mixers
Take part in our large Responsible Tech mentorship program (over 100 mentors); nearly 1k people have been mentored
Check out our Responsible Tech Job Board & join our talent pool
Sharpen your skills & build community through our partnerships with the Tech Stewardship Practice Program & Soliya's Global Circles program (new cohort focused on tech policy conversations)
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Read about our theory of change + accomplishments here