The National Institute is a two day CLE event on artificial intelligence and robotics. Day One covers key industries and sectors including transportation, healthcare, financial services, retail, civil engineering, insurance, and labor. Day Two focuses on cross-cutting issues including data privacy and security, human rights and constitutional law, corporate due diligence, certification and auditing of robotics systems, legal ethics, and what the future may hold.
Baker Botts Partner, Hogene Choi will participate on a panel on "Promoting the Progress in AI through IP." This panel covers special intellectual property issues involved with intellectual property. It will discuss the extent and scope of patent protection for AI inventions. Also, how can intellectual property law protect trained neural networks or data sets, if at all? What new licensing models, if any, are necessary for commercializing AI or robotics technologies or the data sets supporting them? This panel will also cover the intellectual property implications of AI‐created paintings, images, and music, and what happens if an AI creates a new invention? Who, if anyone, owns those works or inventions?
For more information, visit the ABA event page.
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