Dakota digital discussions
A series of webinars that will respond to the ongoing impacts that digitization, artificial intelligence, and autonomous systems are having on our society.
The Dakota Digital Discussions are going to be monthly TED Talk kinds of events that will focus on the implications of the rapid digital transformation of our society.
Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Our World: Are We Ready?
With Nikola Datzov, Assistant Professor at the School of Law, University of North Dakota
Nikola Datzov is an Assistant Professor at the School of Law, University of North Dakota, where he teaches courses on intellectual property, torts, remedies and conflict of laws. His research and scholarship focus on patent law, artificial intelligence, innovation and the intersection of different areas of intellectual property law. Prof. Datzov earned a BS in Computer Science at the University of South Dakota and then a JD at Hamline University School of Law. He worked as an attorney in the federal courts for three years, serving as a law clerk for judges at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota. Prof. Datzov then became a partner at a large law firm in the Midwest, leveraging his law and computer science degrees in representing parties in high-stakes litigation in federal courts throughout the country before joining UND.
The Dakota Digital Discussions is an offspring of the Dakota Digital Academy (DDA). The DDA was founded to help students and professionals develop and
upskill cyber knowledge and skills.