Kate O'Neill: "Tech Humanism: The Future is Meaningful" | Talks at Google

Kate O'Neill: "Tech Humanism: The Future is Meaningful" | Talks at Google


With the rise of data and emerging technologies like algorithms, automation, and AI, anyone who creates experiences for humans is inherently amplifying the values they encode far beyond whatever decisions they address. The implications of these experiences stand to shape human relationships, business expectations, culture, politics, and beyond for generations to come. It’s the right moment, argues experience strategy expert Kate O’Neill, for an honest assessment that goes far beyond traditional profit motives, and looks more deeply at the humanity-defining consequences of everyday human experience design within our increasingly tech-driven culture. Included in this talk are strategic tools to drive a meaningful and “human-centric” digital transformation for leaders of business, as well as organizations, cities, and entities of all kinds. Get the book:

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Kate O’Neill is known as “the Tech Humanist.” She is working to make technology better for business and better for humans. Kate has led innovations across technology, marketing, and operations for more than 20 years in companies from startups to Fortune 500s. Among her prior achievements, she created the first content management role at Netflix; developed Toshiba America's first intranet; led cutting-edge online optimization work at Magazines.com; and was founder & CEO of [meta]marketer, a first-of-its-kind analytics and digital strategy agency. Kate is a favorite keynote speaker for executive audiences from companies such as Coca Cola, McDonald’s, Cisco, Kelly Services, and more. She was featured by Google in the launch of their global campaign for women in entrepreneurship. Her insights have been featured in CNN Money, TIME, Forbes, USA Today, the BBC, and other national and international media. Kate’s most recent book is Pixels and Place, and she is currently working on a book on automation and the future of meaningful human experiences.