MozFest is a twelve day celebration for, by, and about people who love the internet, showcasing world-changing ideas and technology through exhibitions, talks and interactive sessions. The festival will be held virtually from 8 to 19 March.
The Mozilla Festival, affecionately known as MozFest and hosted by the Mozilla Foundation, harnesses the collective power of unexpected partnerships — from analog artists and public interest technologists to policymakers and queer activists — to creatively disrupt the status quo and reframe and reimagine our online world.
We write code. We create art. We brainstorm products and policies that put the user first. And we do it as one collective movement. Together we are stronger and can accomplish more towards our common goal: a healthy internet and trustworthy AI.
MozFest is a unique hybrid: part art, tech and society convening, part maker festival, and the premiere gathering for activists in diverse global movements fighting for a more humane digital world. At this year’s virtual MozFest, you’ll be able to experience art, film, podcasts, interactive discussions and social moments, skill shares and workshops. Check out the themes of this year's MozFest.
For the first time ever, the cost of tickets is a sliding scale, giving you the option to help offset the cost of attendance for those who otherwise could not join. Secure your ticket through MozFest's website.
Friday March 19 at 14:30h Job Spierings from Waag will speak at MozFest during: Our voice in AI regulation debate - is anyone listening?
Job will talk about this report (Dutch), with the main question: 'How to give meaningful agency to all participants in an algorithmic system?'