As makers, we have a magic power to create something from nothing. But I have to warn you, magic can be used for good or evil. Technology can not only disrupt, it can destroy. From self-driving cars to nanobots, people are worried about their health and economic well-being.

With emerging technology, it is important to choose to build for humane experiences. Kevin Web Page champions for innovation by studying the potential impact not just on businesses, but the world. From beginners to professionals, developers will be inspired to think beyond the next product cycle and learn to create a humane experience for the present.

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Outline/Structure of the Talk

1. Audiences will learn about the latest emerging technology that can feel like magic
2. Next, we see how our magic power to create can be used for good or evil
3. Lastly, people will learn how to influence technology toward a more humane present

Learning Outcome

We will challenge the current DevOps trends and inspire builders to create more meaningful humane experiences.

Target Audience

Developers, Designers, Managers - Any attendee who creates a tech product.

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