November 17th, 12pm - 1pm Eastern
We all set out to create products that will change the world, but few of us take the time to consider what changing the world actually means.
How will that change impact the way that humans behave? How our democracy works? How will the data we gather be used? How will it impact the jobs of millions of people? We're entering a new era where companies will be forced, either by governments or consumers, to build better, more ethical products. During this talk, we'll explore those topics and help you navigate this ethical minefield.
This session is brought to you by SWFL Tech through our partnership with TWO39 Labs!
About Andre Plaut:
Andre is the founder of human machine, a learning design firm that helps companies build better products and organizations. His entire career has existed at the intersection of design, education, and humanity. He has developed products and learning experiences for organizations like Apple, General Assembly, Obama for America, Huge Inc, worked with such clients as Indeed, BARK, and Ernst & Young, and spoken at conferences around the country about learning design and building more ethical products.
About TWO39 Labs:
With each cohort we select up to 10 startups to join our tech accelerator program. Our 12-week program equips entrepreneurs that would otherwise be required to navigate the startup world without a guide. In turn, these companies will bring and retain economic opportunity, innovation, technology, and investment to Southwest Florida.
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