The Digital Frontier: Navigating the Future of Law in the Age of AI, NFTs and Cybersecurity Symposium

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This one-of-a-kind event will feature the fascinating intersection of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and Cybersecurity in the legal sector. This event will bring together attorneys and experts from these three fields to discuss the latest developments, challenges, and opportunities arising from their convergence.

AI has transformed the way we live, work, and communicate, with applications ranging from self-driving cars and virtual assistants to medical diagnosis and financial analysis. However, as AI becomes more pervasive, it also poses new risks and challenges, such as bias, privacy and artists’ legal rights.

NFTs, on the other hand, are a new type of digital asset that use blockchain technology to create unique, verifiable and valuable tokens that can represent anything from art and music to gaming and collectibles. While NFTs offer exciting new opportunities for creators and investors, they also raise questions about legal ownership, authenticity and copyright.

Cybersecurity remains a critical concern for individuals, organizations and governments alike, as cyber-attacks become more frequent, sophisticated and damaging. The intersection of AI and NFTs with cybersecurity raises new challenges and opportunities for protecting digital assets, detecting and mitigating threats, and enhancing security and privacy.

This event will feature legal experts, authors and practicing professionals who will share legislative developments, best practices for law and cutting-edge technologies in these fields, and offer insights into how they can work together to create new value and solve pressing challenges.

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The Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology, and the Arts

2nd Lecture Series

Frederick K. Cox International Law Center

Subject Headings

digital frontier, digital frontier and intellectual property, artificial intelligence and intellectual property, NFTs and intellectual property, nonfungible tokens, cybersecurity


CWRU School of Law, A59, Mootcourt Room

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