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
Who owns content created using AI? And how do we protect the rights of ourselves and the creatives whose work has been used to train AI models?
In this talk we’ll take a deep dive into the ethical intricacies of using AI in creative practice and explore ethical and common-sense approaches to using AI as tools and materials in our work.