Join us for about three hours of talks, discussions and questions about AI by our amazing speakers. Hosted by Vitaly Friedman. We have three amazing speakers who will provide practical tips and inspiration, but will also make you think about the bigger picture. So see you there!
- are knowledgeable and experienced,
- provide practical take-aways and examples you can use in your own projects,
- show how they work, not just talk about it,
- can’t wait to share their knowledge ,
- and are smashingly nice.
CJ Gammon is a Creative Technologist exploring the intersection of AI, web development and design. Throughout his career, he has brought to life engaging digital experiences by implementing custom tooling and workflows for brands like Google, National Geographic, and Food Network.
Presently, he is employed at Adobe where he builds prototypes and tools that empower creatives. In his free time he loves hiking, playing games with his kids and begging them to play music with him in hopes of one day living out his garage band fantasy through them.
- Working with AI
- On the web
Tejas has been writing code since age 8. Since then, he has worked either full-time or contractually for Spotify, Vercel, G2i, and others, picking up things along the way. His jobs have been some mix of Individual Contributor (coding-heavy) roles, and managerial roles between companies.
Today, he travels the world equipping and encouraging developers to do their best work, aiming to make the world a better place through quality software.
Morten Rand-Hendriksen is a designer, developer, educator, and open-source advocate known for his engaging and insightful online courses at LinkedIn Learning, provocative TikTok videos, and talks on design, development, and tech ethics. He also sporadically teaches Interaction Design at Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
He consistently promotes the importance of empathy, ethics, and accessibility in the design and development of digital products. Morten is a leading voice on the societal impact of internet and AI technologies, exploring the ethical implications and potential consequences that these advancements have on our lives. Through his research, writing, and public speaking engagements, he encourages thoughtful discussions on how to build a more equitable and sustainable digital future for all, emphasizing the need for a dignity- and capability-centered approach in the rapidly evolving tech landscape.
- The Ethics of AI
- On the web
Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily. When he is not writing or speaking at a conference, he’s most probably running front-end/UX workshops and webinars. He loves solving complex UX, front-end and performance problems.
- On the web