625 Avenue of Americas, 2nd Floor, New York, NY
What happens when our machines watch us? Is something lost when our phones track our activity? How does automation change the workplace dynamic?
In this presentation, Loren Rogers will explore the social meaning of technology and present a framework for analyzing data-feedback loops. Covering a range of topics from philosophy and sociology to big data and machine learning, this talk will explore the new landscape, and discuss what it means for designers.
Bring your technological hopes, fears, and designer thinking caps – it'll be a lively discussion!
Loren Rogers leads the user experience for mobile, chat, sales, and marketing applications at EMC
UX Architect, T Brand Studio, The New York Times
Matthew Weber is VP of UX at Zoomdata, and teaches product design at Columbia University
Pre/Post Producer merged with UX + Product Management.
UX at Bkstg
UX Designer, Born Group
Visual Analytics Experience R Us
Chief Pixels Officer at TWO-N
Data and Analytics professional with 14+ years of experience
Web developer masquerading as a UX designer
ux designer in media + entertainment
Joe lorenzo aspiring dev
Average citizen interested in technology
Interactive Multimedia Student
digital marketing with ui/ux/ia chops
UXDI student at GA
Excited to learn more about this.
Product strategist and designer
UX Designer + Front-End Developer
CS background. Incorporating Data.
jr front end dev, aspiring UIUX designer
Passion for UX + Data
UX Researcher and Designer
Strategy at 360i
I am UX/CX guy
In IT for many years mostly developing large applicaiton systems for various industries.
Data product leader
Artificial Intelligence Consultant. Founded Foxy Machine to make the world safe for Data Scientists.