This workshop session titled "IP Law Framework for AI - Legal and Business Status Quo and Outlook" is part of an ongoing Workshop Series on Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Law in the Age of Digitalization. CIPCO cooperates with the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IPI) in a project on the chances and challenges that so-called “artifcial intelligence” presents – both in Switzerland and globally – to the intellectual property law framework.
- Prof. Ryan Abbott (Surrey University)
- Dr. Kate Gaudry (Kilpatrick Townsend)
- Prof. Daryl Lim (University of Illinois at Chicago)
- Dr. Hansueli Stamm (IPI)
- Peter R. Thomsen (Novartis)
- Beat Weibel (Siemens)
- Prof. Dr. Felix Addor (IPI)
- Prof. Dr. Peter Picht (CIPCO University of Zurich)
- Prof. Dr. Florent Thouvenin (CIPCO University of Zurich)
Friday, June 11, 2021
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