16 November 2023

Digital art | Artificial intelligence and NFTs in the art market


The fascination exerted by digital art, whether works of art created using artificial intelligence tools or NFTs (non-fungible tokens), is leading many people (creators, collectors, investors, museums, technology companies and other art professionals) to join this market. These burgeoning new art forms have the potential to revolutionise the art market. They do, however, raise a number of legal and practical issues.

This conference, organised by the Art Law Foundation and the Digital Law Center at the University of Geneva, aims to explore certain legal aspects of digital art, in particular the challenges associated with both the creation of digital art (from the perspective of artificial intelligence) and the commercialisation of this art.

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