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ITechLaw is hosting an exclusive 3-day conference at the Ritz-Carlton Bangalore from 31 January – 2 February 2018. The 14th annual International India Conference focuses on the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Challenges Ahead for India. Expand your knowledge by learning more about the biggest opportunities in the technology law field.

As we reflect upon 2017, we see the fantastic changes in technology that occurred, changing the way we move, pay, eat, and interact with others. In 2018, we expect this trend to continue with new platforms and experiences that are yet to be developed. By attending this year’s conference, you will gain a unique insight into the politics of a data economy, the future of electricity, finance, mobility, education, governance, and entertainment, and into our lives and society in the wake of Artificial Intelligence.

Attendees have the exceptional opportunity to hear from top-notch moderators and panelist. Selected sessions include:

• The Politics of a Data Economy moderated by Honourable Justice BN Srikrishna featuring panelists from Facebook, Trilegal, Dvara Research, Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, and the Center for Internet and Society
• The General Counsel’s Forum with representatives from Accenture, Mindtree, Wockhardt Limited, Mahindra & Mahinda, and moderated by Sajai Singh of J. Sagar and Associates, ITechLaw’s first President from India
• Artificial Intelligence; Startups; Health, Education, and Gaming; and more!

This is an experience not to be missed. Sign up soon to reserve your place!

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