MAKE SURE TO REGISTER BY FOLLOWING THE “LEARN MORE” LINK BELOW Exploring the role for blockchain and new technologies in creating an archive and attribution record for the professional
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Exploring the role for blockchain and new technologies in creating an archive and attribution record for the professional dance community.
There have been a number of successful implementations of DLT technologies in tracking digital IP and creating proof-of-existence, copyright and ownership records. We lend our curiosity to the field of dance and examine the potential of DLT and other digital technologies to enhance attribution and authorship records.
– how to protect the rights of choreographers to have their role acknowledged within a chain of attribution.
-how to create a proof-of-attribution for movements/segments/acts/entire works. This may include various forms of documentation – dance notation, digital imagery, and other media files.
-the potential for AI, computer vision and other autonomous technologies in determining, testing and oversight in a proposed new system.
Speakers include: Yvonne McNamara /Barrister at Law; Fiona Delaney /CEO, Origin Chain Networks; Saad Shahid, CeADAR Research Centre; Ríonach Ní Néill, Ciotóg; Ismael Arribas /Tech Entrepreneur, Spain introducing myceliaformusic.org.
Panel discussion and Q&A.
Held in association with Blockchain Week
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Liffey Trust Studios
North Wall 117-126 Sherriff St.