Blockchain 101 Talk

Friday, March 24, 2023 12:30to13:30

Have you always wanted to know what blockchain technology is about? Do you want to know how it works and how it could find applications across different industries?

Join the Analytics, Advanced Digital Technologies and AI Initiative for an exciting and informative Blockchain 101 seminar talk and discussion. Professor Katrin Tinn, a leading expert in fintech, blockchains, and central bank digital currencies, will be leading the talk and discussion. The seminar will be followed by an interactive discussion session where attendees can share their questions and comments. Don't miss this excellent opportunity to learn more about one of the most innovative technologies of our time!

Date: March 24, 2023
Time: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Location: Bronfman 340.
Lunch will be provided for those who register by March 17.

The Analytics, Advanced Digital Technologies and AI Initiative aims to promote and support academic research, teaching activities, intra- and inter-university collaborations, and industry and community engagements related to artificial intelligence (AI), analytics, and advanced digital technologies such as blockchain, Internet of things (IoT), and Metaverse.

The initiative encourages faculty research that leverages advanced technologies and foster collaborations both inside and outside the faculty, facilitate the inclusion of advanced technologies in classroom and pedagogical practices, and undertake outreach with external communities to both disseminate academic knowledge and obtain practical oriented insights to further advance the objective of this initiative in the faculty.

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