Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property

watch Artificial Intelligence and IPThe Advanced Training Program on “Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property” has taken place in Strasbourg from 16 to 18 May 2019. This new training follows the very successful edition of past year, gathering again a high number of professionals coming from many European countries, and as far as India and Japan, and including senior officials from renowned institutions.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robots have been the subject of science fiction for some time. That fictional future is now a present reality. The AI market is predicted to grow from $8 billion in 2016 to more than $47 billion in 2020. Investment in AI increased more than 300 percent in 2017 compared to 2016. Intelligent machines, machine learning algorithms, sapient bots and neural networks have invaded our daily life. Humans will be increasingly called to interact with AI, especially in the digital environment. The regulation of AI’s activities is set to become a primary policy issue. Lawyers, entrepreneurs, or policy makers must fast learn about the key legal challenges that AI will bring about, if they want to play a role in a revolution that will occupy the policy debate for the next years to come and beyond.

In particular, AI’s disruptive effects on traditional business models will force a re-consideration of the Intellectual Property (IP) framework. Today, AI and algorithms write news and novels, generate artworks, write and perform music. Automated intelligence can drive innovation processes on its own initiative. AI challenges the most traditional IP legal notions, such as “copying”, “originality”, “creator”, “author”, or “inventiveness”. Can a robot be an author? Can a robot be an inventor? Can a robot co-author a work with human intelligence? Should AI’s inventions be considered prior art? Who owns the dataset from which an artificial intelligence must learn? Who should be liable for creativity and innovation generated by AI, if they impinge upon others’ rights or other legal provisions?

This training program has explored these thorny questions by dissecting legal, policy and ethical issues concerning AI impact on creativity and innovation. In this course, CEIPI has gathered leading experts in the field to discuss these novel issues from a broader international perspective and make sense of inconsistent and inadequate national solutions. This training program should be of interest to creative economies and high-tech professionals and entrepreneurs, attorneys, policy makers, judges, and students. A new edition will be organized in 2020.

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Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property - Training 2018

The new Advanced Training Program on the help book essay “Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property” organized by CEIPI was held in Strasbourg from http://ideeup.org/?education=dissertation-editing-service&c86=2e 24 to 26 May 2018. It was a real succes with 65 participants from all around the world.

This training program have explored thorny questions by dissecting legal, policy and ethical issues concerning AI impact on creativity and innovation. In this course, CEIPI has gathered leading experts in the field to discuss these novel issues from a broader international perspective, reviewing miscellaneous—and often inconsistent—national solutions. This training program is of interest to creative economies and high-tech professionals and entrepreneurs, attorneys, policy makers, judges, and students.

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