Computer generated works and artificial intelligence
Thursday, 5 October 2017
7.45am - 9am
300 Queen St
Briefing: 8am - 9am
Computers and technology are integral to our business operations and now innovation is leading us towards use of sophisticated robots and other artificial intelligence.
Some suggest that robots will affect many occupations. In February 2017, the European Parliament adopted the first Civil Law Rules on Robotics.
Join Kellie Stonier to discuss:
- The difference between works created with a computer and by a computer
- Who owns copyright in computer generated works?
- How might artificial intelligence affect ownership of IP rights?
Who should attend?
In-house counsel, marketing personnel, licensing executives, brand managers, innovation managers, contract managers and IP managers.
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