Ramy Nassar

Chalk Talk: UX Privacy and big data

Wednesday, October 19th

12:45 - 13:20

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  • Details

    UX Privacy, facial recognition and big data

    and how it relates to usability

    lot of thought experiments and dives right down into the ethical and moral responsibility on designers
    Just because we can detect a user’s face and provide them a personalized/curated experience – should we?

    What is a Chalk Talk?

    Wednesday, October 19th

    12:45 - 13:20

    Required Experience
    50% Level of Experience
    100% Involvement

    Ramy Nassar

    Director of Service Innovation - Architech

    Ramy is an engineer, an artist and a maker, living in Toronto, Canada. As Architech’s Director of Service Innovation, Ramy focuses on promoting the practice of Service Design, mentoring internal teams and working with clients to create innovative & differentiated customer experiences. Working at the intersection of Service Design and the Internet of Things, he pushes the boundaries of how technology can integrate with everyday experiences.

    With a background in computer engineering, Ramy has straddled technical and business-oriented roles, ranging from grassroots startups to some of Canada’s largest technology companies. He has worked on the cutting of edge of the technology & design industry for the past decade.

    Ramy is the director and co-host of TEDxWaterloo, an independently organized TED event and a regular TEDx speaker, having given talks at TEDxAthens, TEDxCarthage and TEDxBeaconStreet. Ramy’s photography has been featured in a number of Canadian publications and two independent exhibitions. @ramynassar


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