New technologies influence on every part of our life but in gambling its effect can show impressive benefit. A public forum called “Artificial Intelligence, Biometrics & Big Data in the Gaming Industry: An Analysis of Privacy Protections and Public Policy and Its Impact on Regulation” will take part in UNLV Boyd School Of Law in a month. The IT sphere speakers, law experts, professors and casino representatives will start this discussion on January, 17.
There is a lot of news about biometrics and privacy protection changes concerning on casino and gambling. Some big online gaming platforms want to start facial biometrics for online players, some country's governments are thinking of restrictions in players privacy protection. Casinos try to work with big data but not many of them do it effectively. So this conference can show off the trends and give answers about new uses of IT progress.
There will gather many officials and casino&gaming industry representatives. Some of them will come as speakers and others will try to get information and insights. Everyone in this sector needs useful practices and model regulations. Marketing needs big data statistics and new analyzing instruments, legislators need protection issues, public needs comfort and legacy and casinos need benefit and privacy protection security models.
This is not the first or the most influencing conference on this topic but it shows a high level of interest to the AI, biometrics and big data theme. Gaming sector wants to have benefits and advantages from new coming changes and technologies. Such public forums and discussions help to see the trends and correct a business strategy to get better results.
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