With digital assistants to self-driving vehicles, AI is no longer the subject of science fiction. From the output of these products and services, massive warehouses of data are being created and informing algorithms that are reshaping the way companies approach and develop new services, technologies, and products. Artificial intelligence is transforming our society and the way we interact, yet, legal policies and regulations are not even close to catching up with the technology.
Join us as we discuss the thorny IP rights issues around these new technologies. During this webinar we will discuss how the legal industry is using AI, legal and ethical issues including, liability, data privacy, security, transparency, and bias, patenting in the AI space, potential patent and copyright infringement on business methods, the navigation of IP ownership rights, and more.
Justin Pierce, Venable LLP
Charlie Bingham, Microsoft Corporation
Sean Damon, Finnegan
Robin Nunn, Davis Wright Tremaine
Casiya Thaniel, Microsoft Corporation