Join Common Sense, the Stanford d.school and the Computer History Museum for a conference on technology and well-being. Featured speakers include Craig Newmark, Tristan Harris, and Dr. Jenny Radesky, who, along with other industry leaders and child health experts, will explore ethical design that creates a healthier digital ecosystem for all.
Designing for Our Future: Solutions for Digital Well-Being will engage experts in health, technology, education, and legislative advocacy around some of the most pressing issues of our time, from data privacy to quality content, equity, and ethical design. This full-day event will convene diverse perspectives and identify innovative solutions that could move us closer to a digital world that works better for all of us—especially kids and families.
Registration fee waived for all government employees, students, and educators.
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard
Mountain View, CA, 94043