Balancing Innovation and Protection: Unravelling the Impact of the EU AI Act on IP Law Counsel

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2 min readNov 28, 2023

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As AI’s capabilities intersect with the generation, analysis, and utilization of IP, a robust regulatory framework becomes essential to address emerging complexities. By establishing clear guidelines for AI-generated content, inventive processes, data ownership, and collaborative endeavours, these regulations foster an environment where creators’ and inventors’ interests are respected, promoting fair attribution, protection, and equitable utilization of AI-generated creations

In this session our esteemed panellists will discuss the significant implications of the upcoming regulations on IP and give an overview of what is to be expected by:

Learning Objectives:

  • Outlining the new challenges AI is creating
  • Exploring the impact of AI on IP creation, protection and enforcement
  • Examining how the EU AI Act intends to support the existing laws in tackling these challenges
  • Outlining how the EU AI Act will affect the daily operations and responsibilities of IP law counsels
  • Identifying some of the IP specific challenges that remain unsolved with the new AI regulations and what that means

Speakers :

  • Henrik Trasberg, Legal Advisor on AI and New Technologies, Ministry of Justice Estonia
  • Jan-Willem Goedmakers, Head of Intellectual Property, Stamicarbon
  • Nicolas Grunder, Chief Counsel Digital & Data Privacy, ABB
  • Charles Wieland, Partner, Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP

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