Patentability of AI Driven Inventions: The Push for Legislature to Play Catch up
Artificial intelligence (AI) is being used more and more to develop new inventions without human aid. But as AI capabilities increase at a rapid pace, patent offices and business leaders around the world face a changing landscape.
The program will provide a look at AI and its effect on commerce (Research & Development), Intellectual Property (IP), and the regulatory framework, including:
Primary AI issues, including how it is being handled in various countries
● What does it take to be an inventor (how that definition differs by jurisdiction)
● Legal issues and recent divergence in approach
● How are companies using AI to generate patentable works
● What do you need to know if you are using AI in your R&D
● The question of “ownership”
How are corporations using AI and navigating the IP implications?
● which output is patentable; how can it be measured?
● Who has the use-rights to the final output?
How the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is tackling the policy and practical issues surrounding AI
● will there be new / amended rules coming from the EU or are the current rules suffice
● can we raise the bar by AI assisted inventions, incl. practical implications
An update on the landmark case, Device for the Autonomous Bootstrapping of Unified Sentience (DABUS) (Thaler v. Iancu) in the U.S. and in Europe
Join this webinar to learn what practical steps companies can take to position themselves in view of the possible outcomes.
● Ryan Abbott, AI Patent Guru and Author of “The Reasonable Robot: Artificial Intelligence and the Law”
● Denis Dambois, Legal and Policy Officer, DG GROW – Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship & SMEs Intangible economy / Intellectual Property EUROPEAN COMMISSION
● Philip Hirschhorn, Partner, PANITCH SCHWARZE
● Krishna Sood, Senior Technology | IP | Data lawyer, MICROSOFT
11:00am – 12 Noon EDT / 17:00 h – 18:00 h CET
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EACC Members: Free
EACC non-Members: Free