The intersection of machine learning and product design is a new, exciting space with so many possibilities. As designers, how do we start to approach it, and do so responsibly? Please join us as we explore the best ways to partner with ML engineers, evaluate the quality of ML experiences, and design transparent, human-centered products that build trust with users. If you’re working in this area, we’d love to meet you! Come join the discussion at Spotify HQ with design leaders in this space, and leave with new ideas and practical techniques that you’ll be able to apply to your day-to-day work.
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Di works as an Emerging Technologies Design Advocate at Google, where she helped launch the People + AI Guidebook, a toolkit for designing AI products. Previously, she worked as a Senior UX Designer and led the Emerging Tech group at Seattle-based digital agency POP. With a degree in Philosophy and Religion, she considers herself an optimistic realist passionate about responsible design. You can also find her onstage doing improv or on Twitter at @dqpdang.
Christiana is a design manager on the AI New X team at Facebook. Her team’s mission is to conceptualize new product opportunities with AI at the center. Her team’s responsibilities range from re-imagining Facebook’s core experiences, partnering with emerging tech teams across the company on longer term product bets, and to inspire communities inside and outside of Facebook on what’s possible with AI.
Prior to this, she led design teams on Facebook Search redesigning a brand new end-to-end search and discovery experience. She also led design on products to help people express and share everyday moments with their friends and family.
Outside of work, Christiana also co-founded, led and organized events for CreativeMornings in Oslo as well as San Francisco for 5 years.
As a design leader she values authenticity, ethics, and diversity.