The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer



Tizia-Charlotte Frohwitter, Fordham School of Law ’20, is a German lawyer on the finish straight of her LLM in the dual concentration of IT&IP law, focusing on artificial intelligence and blockchain, and International Law and Justice. When she is not battling human trafficking in her role as an advisory board member of the NGO Nomi Network, Charlotte is following her passion for wine as a certified sommelier.

Blue brain for Musks Neuralink device

Elon Musk’s Brain Computer

October 3, 2020
Musk’s seemingly most important aim derives from the pursuit of AI symbiosis to ensure coexistence between the human species and advanced AI.
Percent of worldwide blockchain deals of companies based in the U.S. and China, showing the U.S. at 51% and China at 2% of 2015 deals and the U.S. at 31% and China at 22% of 2019 deals

While the World Battles the Novel Coronavirus, China Is Transforming Into the Global Blockchain Leader

May 12, 2020
Technology undeniably plays an unstoppable, crucial role in our lives. The forefront superpower position will be inhabited by the most advanced nation.
Graphic illustration of an eye being scanned

Digital IDs, the Miracle Cure for a Lockdown Exit Strategy?

April 29, 2020
With the world arguing over potential exit strategies, slowly but surely digital identity solutions find their way into the debate in regard to immunity verifications.
A woman serves food as part of the Nomi Network response in India

The Silent Sufferers of the Coronavirus Pandemic: Human-Trafficking Victims

April 22, 2020
The tentacles of the coronavirus pandemic have infiltrated the darkest of all places in the world — human trafficking.
Covid-19 encourages governments to look into digital forms of currency.

How the Novel Coronavirus Is Accelerating Central Bank Digital Currency Debates Worldwide

April 14, 2020
The era of paper money might be on its last legs. By pouring fuel into debates about central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), the digital form of a government-issued currency, the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating acceptance towards their economical and everyday life implementation.
As the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic increase Americans reliance on technology, privacy becomes a relic of the past through Blockchain.

Blockchain’s Role in Battling the Novel Coronavirus

April 7, 2020
In light of the coronavirus, blockchain technology secures supply chains, validates information, disrupts corrupted systems and censorship and offers support for social distancing.
As technology evolves, humanitys approach to curating prophylactics follows suit.

How Artificial Intelligence Is Supporting Humanity in the Battle Against Coronavirus

April 1, 2020
We might need to accept the fact that while AI will not be our lone savior this time, it might provide a thicker layer of protection from future pandemics.
As deep fake technology evolves, the veracity of video is called into question.

Deepfakes: Enemy of the Truth #01

March 10, 2020
They are created through the use of machine-learning algorithms mainly in the form of neural networks together with facial mapping software. It’s enough to send cold shivers up and down one’s spine. How far can deepfake infiltrate the trajectory of our lives? 
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