HUBBALLI,July 27: Resource persons from Australia and Nigeria will be delivering talks in the International Symposium on “Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence: Ethico-Legal Perspective” to be held in Hubballi today.
KLE Society’s Gurusiddappa Kotambri Law College has organised the international symposium in association with Global Academy of Law-Tech Education and Research(GALTER), Hyderabad at IMSR auditorium on BVB Campus in Hubballi. The symposium has been organised to sensitise the law students about the emerging challenges in the field of Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence.
According to a release issued by Principal of GK Law College Dnyaneshar P. Chouri, Vice Chancellor of Karnataka State Law University (KSLU) Prof. C. Basavaraju will inaugurate the symposium at 9.30 a.m., while Registrar of KLE Technological University Prof. Basavaraj Anami is the chief guest. Director of KLE Society Shankaranna Munavalli will presided over the inaugural session. Prof. Sharada G. Patil and Prof. Sanjiv M. Hullur are convenor and coordinator for the symposium respectively.
During the three sessions planned under the symposium, Solicitor and Barrister practising at Supreme Court of New South Wales and High Court of Australia Chandrika Subramanian, will deliver talk on “Blockchain and Ethico Legal Aspects” and Tech writer and Advocate from Nigerial Amana Alkali on “Regulation of Cryptocurrencies and Exchanges”. Founder Director of GALTER, Hyderabad Prof. M.K. Bhandari will speak on “AI and Ethico Legal Concerns”.