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Generative AI is likely to touch all of us in the creation of IP, use of our IP in training sets, it will impact how we work and affect us through novel tools and experiences that we may not even have imagined. The Panelists will address generative AI’s status, its future, its legal implications, some of which is in current litigation, and how it will impact our IP transactions, with special attention to stage of AI concerned with ingesting data (training).
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The “Strategic and IP concerns with ChatGPT and OpenAI” panel at the conference is poised to comprehensively examine the Generative AI landscape, starting with OpenAI’s well-publicized products like ChatGPT. Esteemed speakers will provide an insightful exploration of its operational intricacies while identifying key areas of concern that prominently feature Intellectual Property (IP) issues arising from its novel capabilities. Amidst this backdrop, the panel will underscore the abundant opportunities that Generative AI avails for the development of innovative products and solutions. A particularly intriguing segment will spotlight pioneering startups that have boldly stepped up to confront these challenges, with a distinct focus on addressing IP-related concerns. The panel seeks to illuminate the dynamic interplay between cutting-edge technology and innovative business strategies by showcasing these entrepreneurial endeavors. It will vividly illustrate how Generative AI can be both a catalyst for novel creations and a means to navigate complex IP landscapes, thereby reshaping the technological and business frontier.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly pervasive in all aspects of life, and it’s important to understand both the opportunities and risks associated with this technology. The panel will discuss a range of topics related to AI, including different types of AI systems and how they work, challenges in developing AI systems, and different applications of AI systems. Panelists will also present on what it means to use AI responsibly, risks associated with using AI (including bias) and best practices in managing these risks. Further, implications for licensing of AI technologies will be considered, including what can be done to manage risks associated with using and licensing output of AI systems, and how to negotiate and manage transactions in which AI will be provided as a service. (This program description was prepared with the assistance of ChatGPT.)
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