Throughout 2017 Scott has served as an instructor at General Assembly, speaking on his book, "The Fuzzy and the Techie," and on humanizing technology through the blending of the Liberal Arts and engineering. His talks explore the overlooked role of the Liberal Arts in our technology, how we think about bias in data, ethics in algorithms, and how we bring context back to code. As "software eats the world," those insights from beyond technology are what ground it, and force us to ask why, rather than just how.
In April and May 2017 he will be speaking at General Assembly in:
Denver (In Collaboration with the Tattered Cover)