The Law and Technology Society, NLSIU, in association with the All India Game Developer Forum (AIGDF), is proud to announce Consilience 2023, the 22nd edition of our flagship conference. This year’s conference focuses on emerging issues in the Gaming Industry, particularly online gaming regulatory frameworks and fundraising within the industry.
About Us: The Law and Technology Society (“L-Tech”) is one of Asia’s oldest student-run tech-law groups, committed to exploring the interface between law and technology. Based out of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India (“NLSIU”) , we strive to create awareness through discussions and literature exploring relevant and important developments in this interface. The All India Game Developers’ Forum (“AIGDF”) is a not-for-profit collective, under the aegis of All India Gaming Federation (AIGF) , representing the interests of the Indian game developers.
About Consilience: ‘Consilience’ is the annual flagship conference organised by the Law and Technology Society at NLSIU on contemporary issues at the interface of law and technology. First organised in 2001, Consilience is the first conference of its kind in India, bringing together legal insights and technical expertise on a common platform, providing a launch pad for creative and pragmatic solutions to some of the most pressing issues in the domain of technology law and policy.
Over the years, this annual summit has hosted themes like Artificial Intelligence, Net Neutrality, Cloud Computing, and Intermediary Liability, and has featured prominent speakers, including Kris Gopalakrishnan (Co-Founder, Infosys), Antony Taubman (Director, IP Division at WTO), Prof. Rahul De (Hewlett-Packard Chair Professor, IIM Bangalore), Justice S. Murlidhar (Chief Justice, Orissa High Court), Montek Singh Ahluwalia (Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission of India) and Meenu Chandra (Senior Attorney, Microsoft India), among others.
Consilience 2023: The conference will be hosted physically on 21st April, at the Bangalore International Centre. This year’s conference is anchored on the Online Regulatory Framework on Gaming and is composed of four panels: A. Online Gaming Regulations, B. Taxation of Online Gaming, C. Navigating the Gaming Landscape: Strategies for Successful Fundraising in Today’s Market, D. Making India a global gaming powerhouse: Building Games for Indian and Global Audiences.
The conference shall include panelists from legal, policy, technology, and business backgrounds including Mr. Arun Prabhu, Mr. Meyyappan Nagappan, Mr. Abhinav Srivastava, Mr. Joyjyoti Mishra, Mr. Sai Srinivas, Mr. Akshat Rathee, Ms. Sanyukta Chowdhury and Mr. Rahul Singh amongst others.
Please address all queries to:
Convenor Shikhar Sharma (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Joint-Convenor Siddharth Johar (email@example.com)