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Webinar Archive: What the Metaverse Means for Your Data

By: Teknion Data Solutions Team


The Metaverse may very well be the next successor to the mobile Internet. And with Facebook's recent name change to Meta, there is a growing interest in what opportunities the Metaverse will create for social media, entertainment, sports, and even business applications. From a data perspective, there are complexities as well as opportunities that will need to be explored. Join us as experts in the Data Governance, Data Science, and Data Law fields dive into what the Metaverse is, how it will impact your organization and what you need to be doing right now to prepare for it.

Our panel will cover the following topics:

  • What is the Metaverse and what does it mean for business?
  • How are data scientists preparing to leverage the data extracted from the meta, as well as the guardrails they will have in place?
  • What do you need to know to prepare better for taking advantage of digital twins?
  • How will existing laws be applied to the metaverse?
  • How will the Metaverse affect the US policy and commercial industries?
  • What are the data responsibilities in the Metaverse?

Our panelists include:

  • Peter Vogel is of counsel, a litigation lawyer, arbitrator, mediator, and special master. He is a member of Foley's Privacy, Security & Information Management, and Technology Transactions & Outsourcing Practices as well as a member of Foley’s Blockchain Task Force and NFT Task Force.

  • Paola Saibene, Teknion's Data Governance Practice Lead.

  • Dr. Kyle Roberts is a Data Scientist and Client Success Leader at Teknion Data Solutions.
Meet The SpeakerS
peterVogelHeadShot-jpegPETER VOGEL

Cyber, IT, eCommerce, Blockchain, AI, eDiscovery, Arbitrator, Mediator, Trial Lawyer, Speaker, Writer & Of Counsel at Foley & Lardner

Peter S. Vogel is Of Counsel in the Litigation Section and a member of the Privacy, Security & Information Management Team, the Technology Transactions & Outsourcing Team, the NFT Task Force, and the Blockchain Task Force. Before practicing law, he worked as a systems programmer, received a Masters’ in Computer Science, and taught graduate courses in information systems. Peter has had trials around the US on software implementations, misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright infringement, software patent infringement, and Internet disputes. For 12 years, Peter served as the Founding Chair of the Texas Supreme Court Judicial Committee on Information Technology which is responsible for helping automate the Texas court system and creating the Texas eFiling System. Peter has taught courses at the SMU Dedman School of Law for more than 25 years including courses on eDiscovery and the Law of eCommerce. Many of Peter’s topics are discussed on his blog www.vogelitlawblog.com.

Data Governance Practice Lead at Teknion

Paola has been a technologist for 26 years, holding multiple C-suite roles in large, global organizations, and leading thousands of team members to thrive and fulfill business missions despite constraints. Paola blends innovation, strategy, growth, security, privacy, risk, and governance into an ecosystem of high resiliency and strength, especially as it pertains to data and its valuation process. 

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Data Scientist and Client Success Leader at Teknion

Kyle has held several professorial positions at Southern Methodist University, Baylor College of Medicine, and the University of North Texas. Kyle co-authored the yhat package in R programming language. Additionally, Kyle is an expert in Multilevel Modeling and co-authored "The Handbook of Advanced Multilevel Analysis."

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