Working Town Events conference to explore blockchain, AI

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Working Town Events is organising the “Blockchain & AI: Where are they taking us?” conference on 10-11 October at Villa Bologna in Attard, discussing what impact can artificial intelligence (AI) and distributed ledger technologies (DLT) have on the world and Malta, according to a press statement sent to Business Malta.

During the conference, experts will discuss the impact of these technologies, as well as, debate the various current and future applications of blockchain and AI. The conference will also look at the relevant legal frameworks, with a particular focus on Malta.

“We are delighted to be hosting the ‘Blockchain & AI: Where are they taking us?’ conference,” says Mark Azzopardi from Working Town Events. “Blockchain and AI are set to change our lives — but what do we know about these technologies and what can we expect their impact to be? Have they already had a profound and irreversible effect? This useful and enjoyable conference hopes to answer these questions and more, for those looking to deliver services related to these sectors as well as those who just wish to learn the basics,” Mr Azzopardi adds.

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The two-day event will include talks, forums and panel discussions with experts including Helen Burrows, Aviya Arika, Soulla Louca, Godfrey Baldacchino, Joseph Anthony Debono, Claudia Borg, Gordon Pace, Stephanie Fabri, David Galea, Philip Maurice Mifsud, Luis Pallares, Abigail Mamo, Béatrice Collet, Denise De Gaetano, Luis Pallares, Helga Pizzuto, Mark Mallia, Darren Parkin, François Grech, Leonard Bonello, Malcolm Falzon, Ian Gauci, Damian Mifsud and James Muscat Azzopardi.

Working Town Events, an Azure Rock Partners brand, will host the conference in partnership with Blockchain Island Magazine, Zeta, Meta Luminor, the Academy of Business Leaders, Write Me Anything, and Coin Rivet. The event is also accredited by the Malta Institute of Accountants for 8.25 hours of Professional Development in terms of the Accountancy Board’s CPE Scheme.

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Tickets for the conference are available online.

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