Web3, AI and QUANTUM COMPUTING (WAIQ): Challenges and opportunities for innovators, legal professionals and other curious minds

June, 10th, 11th, 12th & 13th, 2024
Web3, AI, and Quantum technologies
Cambridge, Boston, USA
At RCC at Harvard University


The first edition of this course was celebrate at July 2023. The program, entitled “Web3, AI, and QUANTUM COMPUTING (WAIQ): Challenges and Opportunities for Innovators, Legal Professionals and other Curious Minds,” is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of the impact of emerging technologies from three relevant dimensions: technical, legal, and ethical.

Web3, also known as the decentralized web, is the next iteration of the internet that is built on blockchain technology. AI, or Artificial Intelligence, is a rapidly growing field that is revolutionizing the way legal services are delivered. QUANTUM COMPUTING is a new type of computing that promises to exponentially increase the speed and capacity of data processing.

Throughout the course, participants will explore the challenges and opportunities that these emerging technologies present to current businesses, entrepreneurs, legal firms, etc. They will also gain insights into how these technologies are being used to solve problems, reach opportunities as well as the ethical considerations that arise when using them. Additionally, the course could be an approach to the current discussions about the regulation of these new technologies.

Who is it addressed to?

This course is tailored for forward-thinking innovators who are eager to explore the latest advancements in Web3, Quantum, and Artificial Intelligence. While the focus is on cutting-edge technologies, we recognize that innovation goes hand-in-hand with effective regulation, including the legal aspects. Therefore, the course will delve into the legal and regulatory frameworks surrounding these technologies to provide a comprehensive understanding of the innovation landscape.

Innovators from all backgrounds, including lawyers and legal professionals, are encouraged to participate. The course will foster a multidisciplinary approach, bringing together diverse perspectives to explore the complex interplay between technology, law, and society. Through engaging lectures, interactive discussions, and practical activities, participants will gain valuable insights into the legal and ethical implications of emerging technologies and how they impact various industries.

Whether you are a tech enthusiast, entrepreneur, policymaker, or legal professional, this course offers a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills in Web3, Quantum, and Artificial Intelligence, and as well as their legal and regulatory considerations. Join us at Harvard for this enriching and thought-provoking learning experience.

About the Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard University

The Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts), known as RCC, is a non-profit institution created by the Complutense University of Madrid and Harvard University with the aim of promoting academic, intellectual, and scientific exchange between Harvard University and the academic community in Spain.

Methodology of the course Web3, AI and QUANTUM COMPUTING

This summer course offers a theoretical-practical approach applied to the specific needs of the students, as it is composed of renowned professors who are experts in each specific topic of the program.

We follow a participatory and dynamic methodology. Our instructors use the case method to help you enhance your learning based on real-life situations.

What do you need to fulfill to obtain your diploma?

  • Proactive participation.
  • Mandatory attendance to 80% of classes.


Attendees will receive proper documentation used in the course and additional materials related to these topics.

Academy Program

Day 1: Harvard Law School | Web3.

Introduction to the WAIQ Course

Introduction to Web3 and its implications for society

Legal Implications of Web3

  • Web3 and blockchain-based smart contracts
  • Applications of AI in contract review and litigation
  • Privacy and security challenges

Intellectual property considerations

Regulatory landscape of Web3

Day 2: Harvard Law School | AI.

Understanding AI and its challenges and opportunities

Legal implications of AI

  • Bias in AI and its impact on legal decision-making
  • Legal implications of blockchain-based systems

Legal & Regulatory implications of AI

  • Innovations in legal tech
  • AI Regulatory landscape in US, China & Europe

Ethical considerations of AI

Day 3: Harvard Law School | QUANTUM COMPUTING.

Quantum Computing: the Big Picture

  • Welcome to Quantum Day of WAIQ
  • Defining the future of computing
  • Going beyond quantum
  • What does all of this mean?

Present and Future of Quantum Computing

  • What Has Happened in Quantum Computing during the Last Year
  • MIT Center for Quantum Engineering
  • What’s next?

Quantum Computing in Action

  • Quantum for Sustainability
  • Computing with Neutral Atoms
  • Takeaways and Discussion – Moderated Dialogue
Day 4: Harvard Law School | Innovation.

Innovation: Realities and Challenges

  • Welcome to Quantum Day of WAIQ
  • The Hard Truths of Innovation
  • Trends Identification and Knowledge Transfer: Experiences from Bankinte Foundation for Innovation
  • Towards Actionable Innovation

Case Studies

  • IATA Open Innovation Approach to Convergence
  • Converging AI and Quantum
  • Converging AI, Web3.0 and Quantum

Visit to Harvard Innovation Lab

  • Transfer to Harvard Innovation Lab
  • Visit to Harvard Innovation Lab: Understanding Harvard Innovation Ecosystem
  • Takeaways and Discussion

If you need more information, please send an email to escueladenegocios@pons.es

   *Price: 3.000€

*Does not include meals, travel expenses and accommodation.

Lectures of the course Web3, AI and Quantum Computing


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July, 10th, 11th, 12th & 13th, 2024
21 horas
On-campus modality
Sede: At HRCC in Harvard University