Center for Art Law

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AI’s and Art Authentication

Center for Art Law invites you to the new series of events, Some Like it Digital, as the art world glows bright hot with possibilities promised by everything computers (AI, ML, NFT, R2D2). Our first event on AI and Art Authentication comes to you from Crypt Valley in Switzerland, almost. In the world of art authentication who wins the ultimate battle of accuracy--man or machine? The Center for Art Law is excited to announce its first event in a series it fondly calls "Let's Get Digital," an Art Law Lunch Talk on the concepts of AI and Art Authentication. This event will be led by Fançoise Birnholz, business lawyer and business angel, Dr. Carina Popovici, CEO and Co-Founder

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