An event for human thriving in the digital age
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Digital Wellbeing Community.
Recent years’ have seen consumers gravitating towards products and experiences that enhance their health and wellbeing. This trend increasingly applies to digital experiences as the demand for products that support better sleep, mental health, fitness, and stress management has come to prominence.
In our private lives, and the workplace, consumers increasingly demand digital products that promote healthy habits, are secure and support human flourishing.
As a global population, spending more time at home has increased the amount of time spent with digital devices and the requirement for digital wellbeing has never been more relevant.
A growing global community of creators and thought leaders is shaping the digital wellbeing landscape. At the same time, companies around the world understand the impact that technology has on human wellbeing, and understand that positive digital experiences are vital to attracting and retaining customers, and maintain overall wellbeing.
Innovations in areas such as sleep tech, the remote workplace and mental health solutions have shown that new technologies and distribution models are enabling the rise of this digital wellbeing economy and capturing consumer attention.
In our second, annual Digital Wellbeing Festival, we bring together thought leaders and brands from around the world to share the innovations and latest thinking in the digital wellbeing landscape.
Join us for exclusive workshops, live digital wellbeing study groups, exclusive AMAs, Plenary Talks, and much more!
What You Will Discover at Digital Wellness Festival 2020
A Look At Last Year's Keynote Speakers
His first book, Stand Out of Our Light: Freedom and Resistance in the Attention Economy, was published in June by Cambridge University Press as an outcome of the inaugural Nine Dots Prize, which he won in 2017. The Observer hailed it as ‘a landmark book,’ Financial Times described it as ‘an absorbing and deeply disturbing book, and TechCrunch called it ‘an instant classic in the field of tech ethics.’
Additionally, the President of Princeton University recently selected Stand Out of Our Light as this year’s ‘pre-read’ book, which all incoming Princeton students will be assigned to read before commencing their studies.
James received his PhD from Oxford, where he studied at Balliol College and the Oxford Internet Institute, under Professor Luciano Floridi. James continues to be a research associate at the OII’s Digital Ethics Lab and has also been a visiting researcher at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, a tutor in the Oxford Computer Science department, and a visiting fellow at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences, & Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge.
Previously, James worked at Google for over ten years, where he received the Founder’s Award, the company’s highest honor, for his work on search advertising. He is also a co-founder of the Time Well Spent campaign; a consultant across industry, academic, non-profit, and governmental sectors; a frequent commentator on technology issues in the media; and has written on technology topics for The Observer, WIRED, and other publications. Prior to his professional and academic work, James earned a master’s in product design engineering and an undergraduate degree in literature.
New This Year.
- Deep dive sessions focused on innovations in the digital wellbeing sphere with pracitcal workshops and technical labs
- New event tracks: themed tracks will encourage greater opportunities for connection with people from different industries and skill sets
- Live podcasts with speakers available for attendees to download online
- Faclitated networking: Opportunities to make new connections
Meet Our Speakers
Creative Technology I Agile Teams I Meditation I Embodiment I Compassion-based Practices
Responsible Innovation I Emerging Technology I Tech Risks I Human-Centred Design I Events & Conferences
Over the last ten years, they've worked with hundreds of partners in varied markets and sectors, achieving consistently high success rates. Made by Many works through the entire innovation cycle.
Samsung wrist wearables - Samsung Gear Fit 1, Gear Fit 2, Gear S, and Gear S2. Nuk also designed the Samsung Level headphones lineup, and Samsung Galaxy View products.
Dennis is Co-Founder at Palm. Dennis is an industry product leader and entrepreneur with over 20 years experience bringing technology and lifestyle products to market for some of the most renowned brands in the world. As Vice President, Head of Studio at Samsung Design America and Head of Samsung Mobile UXCA, he served as a global design leader at Samsung with a focus on new category creation in consumer lifestyle products. Dennis drove the launch of over 15 new category products across mobile, wearables, smartwatches, fitness, and audio categories. Prior to Samsung, Dennis was part of the design leadership team at Google. Dennis managed the user experience teams responsible for launching end-to-end experiences for products such as Gmail and Google Apps. During his later tenure at Google, he was Head of Design for Special Projects across Google’s hardware programs at YouTube, TV, and Chromecast projects. He earned a degree in design at the Art Institute and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School executive leadership program.
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What People Say About the Digital Wellbeing Festival
“I think the fact we could measure our company vs other providers is very insightful”Biobeats
“The Digital Wellbeing Festival was a truly unparalleled window into the most significant and exciting category of our time.”Deliveroo
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