Amit Shah to address inaugural session of G20 conference on crime and security in age of NFTs, AI and Metaverse | India News

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    Gurugram: Union Minister of Home Affairs and Cooperation Amit Shah He will speak at the first meeting of the G20 Conference on Crime and Security in the Era of NFTs, AI and the Metaverse in Gurugram on Thursday.
    The home minister will also send a squad of cyber volunteers from seven major educational institutions in India.
    These specially qualified volunteers work to raise society’s cyber awareness, identify and report harmful content, and provide technical assistance to make society cyber safe.
    The two-day conference on July 13th and 14th will attract more than 900 participants from around the world. G20 It will be attended by countries from India and around the world, nine specially invited countries, international organizations, technology leaders and subject matter experts.
    Haryana Police Commissioner PK Agarwal, Gurgaon Deputy Commissioner Nishant Yadav and Police Commissioner Kara Ramchandran reviewed and finalized the arrangement.
    The conference is envisioned as an opportunity to build a safe cyberspace and forge global partnerships to prioritize cybersecurity concerns.The proceedings will be centered around cyber security Combating cybercrime with new technologies such as non-fungible tokens (NFTs)), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Metaverse.
    Cybersecurity has become an important aspect of international security-related issues, and the economic and geopolitical implications require more and more focus. A stronger focus on cybersecurity at the G20 Forum can positively contribute to ensuring the security and integrity of critical information infrastructures and digital public platforms. Discussions on cybersecurity and cybercrime prevention at the G20 forum will also help build an information-sharing framework.
    The “G20 Conference on Crime and Security in the Age of NFTs, AI and the Metaverse” will provide a platform for cutting edge ideas, knowledge exchange and networking with visionaries around the world. Representing legal, academia, training institutions, financial intermediaries, fintechs, social media intermediaries, information and communications technology, cyber forensics, regulators, start-ups, over-the-top (OTT) service providers and e-commerce companies globally Acclaimed cyber experts and guest speakers will also attend the conference. The meeting will also be attended by representatives of all central ministries, organizations and agencies, as well as the chief secretaries, administrators and police commissioners of all states/union territories.
    The conference will begin with a plenary session on July 13, followed by an inaugural meeting. The two-day conference features six of his technical sessions on topics such as Internet Governance, National Responsibility and Global Commons. Ensuring DPI at an unprecedented scale of digitization: design, architecture, policy, preparation. Augmented Reality, Metaverse and the Future of Digital Ownership – Legal and Regulatory Frameworks. AI: Opportunities and Challenges for Responsible Use. Connecting the Dots: Cryptocurrencies and the Darknet, the Challenge of Criminal Use of ICT: Evolving Frameworks for International Cooperation.
    In parallel with the conference, an exhibition will be held to introduce domestic and foreign products and services provided by organizations and industries working in the ICT field. The conference will end on July 14 with a valedictorian session, where Minister of Electronics and IT Ashwini Vaishnav will address.


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