Mozilla is throwing a science fiction convention in London

Kevin from Mozilla writes, "MozFest -- the annual internet festival hosted by Mozilla in London -- is all about software. Right? Not so. The festival explores the future of the internet. As such, there are a whole slew of sci-fi and fantasy sessions and workshops planned for the Oct. 26-28 gathering. The event is open to everyone and all ages. It's a chance for sci-fi fans of all stripes to geek out and chat with experts."

For example: A workshop, led by MIT, about creating interplanetary messaging tools.

A how-to course on identifying pulsars using LOFAR data.

An exploration of machine learning's impact of society. (The session title? "Rage Against the Machine Learning.")

And, a chance to co-create the first-ever VP Afrofuturist Museum.