AI & Blockchain Regulation
Malta led the blockchain regulatory front in 2018. This time around, the Blockchain Island is also looking to be a top 10 leader in procuring ethical A.I. legal frameworks. What developments are on the horizon for these exciting tech sectors in the grand scheme of things? Let's find out.
A European approach to AI
Inauguration & Welcoming Remarks
Keynote by Hon. Prime Minister Dr Joseph Muscat
Hon. Joseph Muscat
Keynote By Hon. Silvio Schembri
Hon. Silvio Schembri
A World First - Giving a DAO its Legal Personality
Malta's Role in the World of Digital Economy
Innovating for Tech Opportunities across the Commonwealth
Lord J. Marland
Towards a common Sandbox Environment
AI Framework Initiatives: How Should We Regulate AI?
Compliance: How are Banks dealing with Crypto?
AI Startup Pitch
10 AI Startups with innovative projects will pitch on stage in front of established entrepreneurs and savvy investors. Set your sights on the moon and battle it out in a shark-tank environment with some tough love from a select panel of stern judges.
AI Startup Pitch Commences
World Changing Applications of Blockchain & AI
Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence pose life changing possibilities as well as fresh 21st century verticals. As data continues to accumulate on public blockchains, merging readily available data on the blockchain and artificial intelligence systems seems not only inevitable, but eminently desirable. It’s time to navigate this uncharted territory and beyond!
Blockchain and the Future of Humanity
How does Blockchain bring social benefits to Emerging Economies?
H.E. Khurram Shroff
Tokenisation of Historic Properties
Is a Global Decentralised Financial System a Possibility or a Utopia?
Bitcoin: a 21st century Currency Renaissance?
Hacking the DNA of Humanity by Blockchain & AI
An AI singularity: Is Machine learning on the cusp?
Data mining: Your online identity
What is Web 3.0 and why does it matter?
How Will Blockchain, AI and IoT Converge in the Next Decade?
Decentralised AI: an Existential Risk or an Auspicious future?
AI Thought leaders - Room 1
Regulations, Rights and Responsibilities for AI
Towards Legally and Politically Savvy AIs
Human Implications of Advanced AI
AI in Malta
Conclusion and Next Steps
Driving Legislation in Technology - Room 2
The Blockchain Advisory Workshop
Running an exchange in a regulated environment
Stake your bets: the crypto-gaming sandbox
Setting the standards: DLT certification
Delving into learning & technology: the importance of educative initiatives
Tax or no tax: how cryptos are taxed in Malta
The use of smart tokens in securities field
Know your blockchain: compliance in DLT
The Brokerage Event - Room 2
Fasten your seatbelts for an all-inclusive B2B matchmaking haven at best summit in town.
- Identify technology partners to develop new services & products in A.I. & Blockchain technology.
- Partner with commercial entities to offer existing A.I. & Blockchain applications.
- Exchange knowledge and expertise by networking with public and private experts on the latest disruptive technologies.
The Dawn of Quantum Technologies in Europe
The Industrial Adoption of Quantum Tech
The Potential of Investing Now in Quantum
Investment in AI, IOT & Big Data
It is estimated that nearly 2.9 billion people will own a smart phone by 2020. Over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are generated each day, with ninety percent of world data being generated in the last two years. The scale and magnitude of A.I., IOT and Big Data is both unprecedented and a testament to the human desire to overcome the impossible. The question is: what’s next on the investment horizon?
Investment in AI, IoT & Big Data
AI Driving the Digital Transformation
21st Century Business: An AI Blueprint
AI: Lessons Learned and Prospects Ahead
The Social Impact of AI
Institutional and Private Investment in AI
Malta Quantum Initiatives
15 STO's with the most promising crypto and/or blockchain projects will pitch on stage in front of established entrepreneurs and savvy investors . Set your sights on the moon and battle it out in a shark-tank environment with some tough love from a select panel of stern judges.
STO Battle Commences
Blockchain Investment & The Future of Digital Money
Payments and investments are on an evolutionary fast track. From user-friendly value-transfer applications and innovation in outdated exchanges, to the massive boom in data verification protocols, a digital renaissance is undoubtedly inching towards the masses. How will traditional structures face up to this impending technological leap?
The Future of Money
Is it Time to Dive into the Crypto Rollercoaster?
Will cryptocurrencies Fail or Succeed?
Global Banking in the Digital Age
Blockchain Investment: Has the Industry Matured for Institutional Investments?
Differences and similarities: STO's - IPO's - IEO's
Is stablecoin a tipping point in the industry development?
The same way poles oppose and compliment each other, so too could blockchain and artificial intelligence. As the IOT (internet of things) is setting us up for a revolution of connectivity, the advent of decentralised blockchain and centralised artificial intelligence could take societal organisation to a new level.
As demonstrated by IBM’s India Lab, food supply chain processes could be overhauled, accounting for everything from farming to the grocery store. IoT sensors on harvest fields could also provide the bedrock for innovative and efficient farming insurance that takes severe weather into account. In the pharmaceutical sector, medicine storage climates on the blockchain could optimise delivery conditions.
The social ramifications, particularly in emerging economies, are massive. Let’s discuss the social impact of these technologies together
Blockchain and Risk (BAR) Seminar - Room 2
The Blockchain and Risk Seminar creates a meaningful opportunity for people to explore these crucial topics. We know the burden of managing risk does not fall to a single area, so we have invited experts and thinkers from a wide variety of disciplines including data protection, cybersecurity, ethics, and from sectors such as finance, gaming, and law to share their insights and views on the future of risk management in blockchain.
The BAR seminar's purpose is to spark new ideas, to share practical steps, tips, and helpful methods and techniques. The aim is to assist people and their organisations in taking calculated risks and making intelligent decisions to decrease the disruptive element of blockchain and increase opportunities.
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Blockchain Academy in collaboration with Marbral Advisory
Registration & Welcome Coffee
Control, Alt, Delete
Regulating new techology frontiers
Blockchain - The Game Changer
What's in a name? Personal identification and the blockchain
Ethics by design
AI & BC for Energy - Room 3
Is a distributed power grid the inevitable future? If the energy sector moved towards a two-way electric system comprised of billions of interconnected end points, microgrids, smart appliances and solar energy systems, then could blockchain be used to track the flow of electrons and decentralise the energy market? The possibility exists, but the system is up for grabs. It's time to examine the details.
AI & BC for Payments, Banking & Finance - Room 3
Whether it's standard fiat, cryptocurrencies or 1:1 stablecoins, the time for electronic cash has come. Let's get into the disruptions, challenges and opportunities on the horizon.
Financial Disruption: Opportunities and Challenges
21st century risks: Banking and Cybersecurity
Payment Processors and the Need to Adapt
Traditional Currency Vs Cryptocurrency
A.I., Smart contracts and Money Over IP
AI & BC for Entertainment & Marketing - Room 3
Tech and media giants like Youtube and Twitch have stripped cable networks and studios of their prime positions. While these institutions consolidate their top dog spot, a new way of thinking threatens to dramatically restructure the established order. Let's delve into emerging trends, challenges and opportunities in this exciting new era.
Web 2.0 vs Web 3.0
A decentralised landscape: opportunities and challenges
Engaging the Ad-blocking generation
Consumer demands and web traffic in the crypto era
Gamification and engagement in affiliate marketing
AI & BC for Healthcare - Room 3
The healthcare industry is drowning in data - clinical trials, patient medical records, complex billing, research and more. Being notorious for its administrative inefficiencies, particularly when transferring patient data across private healthcare providers, can data-handling be streamlined across the industry while ensuring increased security and privacy? Now is the time to discuss.
AI & BC for Retail & Property - Room 3
The dependance on third-party verifiers in property markets may be at an end.
As its intended use, the blockchain could act as an innovative, trustless safety-net that ensures both parties keep their end of the deal - reducing the risk of fraud in the process. By using a distributed database to prove authenticity, home owners could transfer ownership through a DLT-network, reducing costs as a consequence. The rental space could also be affected, as agents and buyers will be able to make use of an incorruptible resource that secures data by ensuring digital ownership.
This transformation wouldn't happen over night, but one can see how families and individuals would benefit as property innovations came to fruition. Let's discuss.
Who Owns What in India? Improving the people's trust in land registry!
AI & BC for Transport & Logistics - Room 3
From conflict resolution to administrative efficiency and order tracking, blockchain holds the key to problems that have been plaguing the transport and logistics industry for decades. Let's explore some of these issues.