What are the implications of AI technology for copyright and how do we protect AI generated creations? And how can an AI startup protect its data, models and software? Can an AI be creative enough to produce something worth a copyright? If a machine produces data, who owns that data? Can it be owned at all and exploited by someone? Beyond broader societal and legal questions, this is of very practical interest to companies who handle AI technologies today.
Our AI Campus residents are hosting an event on patent law, IP, and copyright and are delighted to welcoming two expert lawyers on AI and Intellectual Property to their AI fireside chat.
Join the conversation with lawyer and computer scientist Thomas L. Lederer (ABP) and with Ilan Selz who works for technology law office Schürmann Rosenthal Dreyer Rechtsanwälte. Both have focused on cases in the domain of AI in recent years and help us illuminate this evolving domain.