This year’s Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Policy (C-IP2) Annual Conference is structured around Professor Ryan Abbott’s forthcoming edited volume Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence, which is being funded in part by a C-IP2 Da Vinci Grant. Professor Abbott has assembled a top-notch group of scholars working in the field, a number of whom will present versions of their chapters at the Conference. Coupled with the dynamic pairing of Jaron Lanier and Grimes for the Keynote Conversation—moderated by C-IP2 Faculty Director, Professor Sean O’Connor—and industry leaders, the Conference dialogues will be informative and thought-provoking.
Register now for an exciting and informative event featuring panels covering the current state of the art in AI and how the various types of IP rights interact with AI in diverse and sometimes controversial contexts––such as authorship of AI-generated works, changing inventive step analysis, data and text mining exceptions, deep fakes, and more.
The conference will be streamed online via Zoom from George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School in Arlington, Virginia.
$25 non-CLE attendees
$399 CLE attendees
CLE= Continuing Legal Education