Zoë Camper FRSA BA Hons, PGCE. Zoe is deeply interested in the use, and impact of technology on society. After gaining her degree in 3D Design at Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College, Zoë started her career in automotive engineering. She studied for a PGCE in Design Technology at Goldsmiths’ UAL, and having spent two years teaching moved on to work at Cyberia, the UK’s first Internet Café as Head of Training. She was part of the team that rolled out an international training franchise, working in Europe and Asia. She also led the team that produced the first official web-publishing guidelines issued by the UK Cabinet Office. As well as running her own company, she has worked with many UK and International organizations including BBC, BT, Sony, ITV Demos, NHS, NHS Direct, Number 10 and Save the Children. She lectured at the BBC Academy for many years delivering courses on Design Principles, Coding, and graphic design. She has spoken at conferences around the world, including speaking at the IBM Think conference, about leading the team that designed and produced the UK’s first health virtual assistant using Watson AI. Zoë is an RSA fellow and co-founded the Augmented Society Network in 2017. She now lives in Las Vegas, USA and is working on this startup in art-wear apparel design and cryptography.