Ramy Nassar

Chalk Talk: UX Privacy and big data

Wednesday, October 19th

12:45 - 13:20

Key Learnings

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  • Personal engagement
  • Details

    UX Privacy, facial recognition and big data

    and how it relates to usability
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    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?

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    Wednesday, October 19th

    12:45 - 13:20

    Required Experience
    50% Level of Experience
    Involvement
    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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