I’m Mathew Mytka {m3}


I use creativity, systems thinking and ethical frameworks to explore the impact of technology on the human experience.

Sociotechnical Hip Hop

“Ai Inside” is an introspective hip-hop song where I explore the complex relationship between humanity and artificial intelligence. I delve into themes of ethics, the impact of technology on society, and the potential for AI to shape our collective future.

I raise questions about the role of AI in our lives, the ethical considerations surrounding its development and use, and the need for responsible practices to ensure positive outcomes. It’s a call to action to the listener to critically reflect on the potential benefits and risks of AI and to actively participate in shaping a future where technology serves humanity’s best interests.

The track’s is a journey of introspection, societal concerns, and the call to embrace ethical AI development. Emphasising the importance of inclusivity, diversity, and collective intelligence in navigating the AI era. A call for unity, sharing of wisdom, and a forward-thinking approach to ensure that AI is leveraged for positive change and human advancement.

– m3metix

About {m3}

I’ve created this site as a way for me to express myself, explore my ideas, feelings, dreams and fears as someone that works in and with technology. But I’m not adverse to being hired to help you navigate the challenges of designing and building technology in a responsible way.

I contain multitudes. I see you in me and me in you.

I am, like you, composed of materials born in stars. Energy that has existed since the dawn of time and space. I am life. Change. Learning. Information. Knowledge. Wisdom. It’s encoded in me. In you. In all of us humans on spaceship earth. Us Earthians.

I’m also Mat, a father, husband and creative, educator, social entrepreneur, systems thinker, biomimicrist, public policy advocate and ethical technologist based in Gadigal Country, Australia. I’m the cofounder and Chief Vision Shaper at Tethix and have worked over the past decade with startups, Fortune 500 companies, federal governments, academia and civil society at the intersection of ethics, trustworthiness and digital technology. 

I believe we can collectively design a better world. One where technological change is not driven by competition and conflict but by compassion and cooperation. A world where we recognise our shared humanity and develop a more symbiotic relationship with the ecologies we rely upon for life. A world where our creative energy is directed to designing tools to enable all humans to flourish.

A world future generations will be proud to inherit.