Corey Silverstein to Lead Panels on A.I., Age Verification at TES

Corey Silverstein to Lead Panels on A.I., Age Verification at TES

PRAGUE — Adult industry attorney Corey D. Silverstein will lead several panels at The European Summit (TES) Affiliate Conference in Prague next week.

Silverstein’s three sessions will take place Sept. 19-20.

The first session is titled “A.I. Is Officially Here — Legal Considerations for All,” scheduled for Sept. 19 at 12 p.m. (CET).

"Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) isn’t exactly new, but its growth and popularity have now skyrocketed it to the top of business operators’ product lines," said a rep. "A.I. is being implemented into virtually every entrepreneur's online platforms and services — but what about its legal implications?"

Silverstein’s next session is “United States Age Verification — What the Hell is Going on?” set for Sept. 19, at 4 p.m. (CET).

"Age verification has become a hot-button issue in the United States with more than a dozen states passing age verification laws with seemingly little notice to websites worldwide," the rep continued. "This seminar will discuss why this has become such a hot issue, what every website operator needs to know and do, and where this is headed since legal challenges have now been filed."

Finally, he will present “Annual Legal Update — The Biggest Issues of 2023 and What’s Coming in 2024,” on Sept. 20, at 3 p.m. (CET).

“TES always manages to attract one of the largest groups of internet entrepreneurs from numerous sectors, and the goal of this year’s seminars is to tackle topics that affect the diverse crowd,” Silverstein said. “I’m eagerly anticipating the amazing A.I. discussions and ideas that are going to be shared at this conference due to its recent explosion in popularity.”

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