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Charles Adjovu

Recently admitted attorney looking for opportunities in intellectual property, privacy and data security, blockchain and cryptocurrencies, and legal technology. Researching the legal implications and applications of emerging technologies is one of my passions, and I am always looking for new projects and collaborators that work in this intersection. Other than researching the legal implications of emerging technologies, I am also studying the use of emerging technology to help the legal profession (i.e., legaltech), with my favorite use so far being Casetext’s CARA. I currently actively manage Ledgerback, a member-driven digital platform for research, analytics and education in blockchain, decentralization, and cooperativism. I and my other co-founders decided to start Ledgerback to help Nevadans learn about the benefits of blockchain technology, and actively grow the literature in the field (with my interests generally falling on the legal and utility applications of blockchain).

Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs)
  • Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are interfaces for recording and processing neurological data and turning these data into an output.
  • Neurodata can be directly recorded, e.g., by a BCI, or indirectly recorded, e.g., an individual’s spinal cord.
  • There are particular privacy risks associated with BCIs that might need the following solutions:
    1. Encryption
    2. Local-first software
    3. Separation of data and compute (or edge computing)
    4. Access control layer
    5. Data cooperative
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