Personal financial data is highly sensitive and highly valuable. What are the growing opportunities and markets around personal financial data, and what are the utilities of such data to people and to businesses? What should we be concerned about when our personal financial data is being used by companies to make decisions or adjudicate transactions? How should we understand privacy, control, and value from the perspective of the data creators and producers?
Storytelling has become a core tenet of our activities in everything we do online, and seemingly offline. In a world where interactions are tracked and driven more and more by both human and artificial programmatic behavior, where does the authentic story fit in? This panel discusses the role of story, narrative, and empathy in creating fulfilling digital transactions not just in video games and marketing, but in everything we do.
Innovative technologies for better education have been in the spotlight recently because of COVID-related remote learning, but the development and deployment of educational tools reaches far beyond immediate classroom needs. From child to adult learners, the opportunities for new forms of self-driven education, particularly paired with digital data-backed incentives to engage and inspire, open windows for educators to discover and test new models and methods to keep students excited about learning on an ongoing basis.
Existing Intellectual Property (IP) law frameworks were not designed for a world of digital and data assets. How does intellectual property ownership function and what frameworks can we apply when considering new forms of digital and data assets from crypto to NFTs to Lydion Data Assets? Hear from legal experts on the various approaches to creating, defending, and working with IP in this emerging field.