Monday, July 30, 2018
6:15 PM to 9:00 PM
What is Digital Preservation? In-library and archival science, digital preservation means ensuring that digital information of continuing value remains accessible and usable.
What is Digital Privacy? There are many dimensions to our digital worlds. We buy everything online. We entertain ourselves with endless piles of digital content. We communicate and socialize with friends and colleagues. We’re all digital, all the time. But what we do, what we buy, who we visit and what we think is now on sale.
And can Blockchain solve either of these challenges?
Our next Disruptive Technologists event, brought to you by McCarter & English, is on “Digital Preservation, Privacy & Protocols (ie Blockchain)” on July 30th. We hold our free events quarterly at Microsoft in Times Square. Vint Cerf, one of the fathers of the Internet, will open our fun, casual free-flowing interactive panel discussion via audio/video from D.C. and special panelists:
- Yorke Rhodes, Co-founder | Blockchain @ Microsoft & is currently down the blockchain rabbit hole with identity on his mind…
- David Solomonoff, Developing and supporting open technologies for social good at the intersection of the virtual and real. Former President of The Internet Society of NY.
- Nina Knox, Co-founder of Top Ledger Consulting, a boutique advisory firm that provides innovative and emerging businesses in Crypto and Blockchain global ecosystems.
- Alan Brody, Founder of Blockchain Breakthroughs — roadshow for blockchain & crypto startups, the author of Are You Fundable? – a book for Entrepreneurs and Founder of Angel Week Startupalooza pitching forum and the Capital Raising Workshop.
Including special Fireside Chat with wine and cheese moderated by Bruce Epstein, Knowledge Transfer Wizard of Aebis for a deep dive discussion into privacy & blockchain.
Moderator: David Sorin, Startups & Emerging Companies, McCarter & English
Pizza from Microsoft, Wine from Dana, Essence Water from Hint — plus gourmet sandwiches and giveaways of Lauren Keyson’s new book, “The Origins of Disruptive Technologists and Their Entrepreneurial Culture in NYC”.
Here is the link to our previous meetup video: http://www.viziotag.com/sales/Default.aspx?mg=0719c7b0-a07b-4ddb-9a64-01a582e4d6d6&ti