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NFT

Virtual assets: Non-fungible tokens and law

MOKHFI SMAHI, UNIVERSITÉ CAEN NORMANDIE

Introduction

The world is changing significantly in recent years. The development of new technologies has led to a great advance in society.

Nowadays, we do not only think of the internet when we talk about evolution but also of many other concepts that have emerged in recent years. Artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens (NFT) are just a few examples.

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Digital Entrepreneurship

Digital skills and entrepreneurship

Maria Zavedetska, Victoria Zubtsova, ME-111i, KNEU

INTRODUCTION

Over the past decade, companies across industries have digitized their operations and processes. Even now, businesses are employing artificial intelligence to streamline workflows and supply chains. As a result, today’s jobseekers require specialized skills to help them stand out from the crowd.

Social media digital skills are crucial to the digital marketing mix, but are worth pulling out as social media has come to play such a significant role in our day-to-day as well as professional lives. Social media management tools, performance measurement, new channel research, brand presence/voice, influencer marketing, and paid vs organic all play a part in connecting with prospective and current users.

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Artificial Intelligence business law

Artificial intelligence and law

Vladyslav Shcherbatiuk, ME-110i, KNEU

From the pages of books of science fiction writers’, predictions of futurists and guesses of people, artificial intelligence confidently comes into our lives. And the closer the day, when AI will stand on one level of consciousness with people, the more today’s philosophers, lawyers and interested public enter discussions about possible future AI rights, of course the legal part of this question.

First of all, let’s define what is Artificial intelligence.

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