His talk is entitled "Polymer, Building blocks for the web" with the following description.
In this talk we'll take a look at Polymer, a new library that allows developers to create their own HTML elements and compose them into complete applications. Polymer aims to bring back the joy of working declaratively with markup so developers can stop worrying about boilerplate and start focusing on building great experiences.
Rob Dodson is a Developer Advocate for the Google Chrome team, focusing on Polymer and web components.
Modeling your UI with referentially transparent functions is easy, powerful, concise and most importantly predictable. In this talk I'll show off how building UIs with this technique has worked for us at Facebook, cool magic tricks you can do, and how it eschews complexity that arises from adopting a traditional data binding system.