Tech Humanism: How Data and Technology Shape the Future of Meaningful Human Experiences
Audiences: Business Leadership / Marketing Technologists / Strategists
With so much emphasis in business on artificial intelligence, automation of various kinds, and digital transformation, the future of human work — and even humanity itself — can feel uncertain. And while we often talk about user experience, customer experience, patient experience, and so on, we rarely consider what a truly integrated human experience might look and feel like.
But “Tech Humanist” Kate O’Neill presents the case for why the future of humanity is in creating more meaningful, dimensional, and integrated experiences, and how emerging technologies like chatbots, wearables, IoT devices, and more can be included in this kind of human-centric design.
While weaving in examples from a range of industries, applications, and even pop culture, Kate offers an inspiring and useful framework for designers, strategists, or anyone creating experiences for humans.
(Note that Kate’s book Tech Humanist is now available!)
“She really made us think, but also gave us concrete takeaways we could use in our business.”
— former event organizer
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