Sessions Information

  • January 5, 2024
    2:00 pm - 3:40 pm
    Session Type: Section Programs
    Session Capacity: N/A
    Hotel: Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
    Room: Liberty Salon J
    Floor: Level M4


    With the advent of artificial intelligence (AI), challenging questions arise relating to intellectual property. For instance, who should own the patent or copyright over machine-generated inventions or literary and artistic works? Should a machine-generated creation qualify as an "artistic work"? Who should own the data and learning that comes about as users seek to train their AI devices? How do we manage AI-related IP licensing? What about “deep fakes” and their impact on publicity rights? Is technology like Chatbot a creator’s nightmare or merely another tool? If the current legal regime does not answer these questions, what changes are needed?


    Business meeting at program conclusion.

Session Speakers
Organization: The University of Texas School of Law
Speaker from a Call for Papers

Organization: Emory University School of Law
Speaker from a Call for Papers

Organization: University of California, Berkeley School of Law
Moderator

Organization: Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law
Speaker from a Call for Papers

Organization: Texas A&M University School of Law
Speaker from a Call for Papers

Session Fees
  • Intellectual Property Co-Sponsored by Communication, Media & Information Law and Internet and Computer Law - Artificial Intelligence and IP in the 21st Century: Who owns what?: $0.00