This webinar aims at providing a general overview of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and intellectual property.
Intellectual property (IP) systems have been designed to incentivize human innovation and creation. Until very recently such innovation and creation was one of the defining characteristics of the human species. Does AI innovation and creation need IP incentives? How should the value of human invention and creation be balanced against AI innovation and creation? Does the advent of AI require any changes to the existing IP frameworks?
Host: European IP Helpdesk
Speaker: Dr. Robert Harrison (Sonnenberg Harrison)
Level of Expertise: Intermediate
Learning Objectives: During the training participants will have the chance to learn about:
- What do we understand by intellectual property in artificial intelligence?
- What rights are there in data used by machine learning in AI?
- How is data protected by database rights?
- How to obtain the rights to use data in creating innovation in AI?
- Is it possible to patent inventions in AI?
- What impact will new advice from European and US Patent Offices have on the approach to examining patent applications?
- Who owns inventions made with data supplied from other sources?
- How can innovations in artificial intelligence be sold or licensed for use?
Duration: 60 minutes (presentation) + 15 minutes (Q&As)