As the world of artificial intelligence rapidly takes shape, what about the resulting impact on innovation, authorship, and the broader landscape of intellectual property law? Courts, attorneys, inventors, artists, and brand owners are now regularly being confronted with new problems, issues, and strategies driven by AI on both the IP protection and enforcement fronts, and that trend will likely explode in the coming years. Join us at the 2023 TBA IP Law Forum on April 28 to learn about effective patent prosecution strategies related to AI as well as the role of AI and Web 3.0 in copyright and trademark disputes. The four total hours of programming will also include 1.0 hour of dual credit on IP-related ethical issues.
As AI is becoming ubiquitous across technology sectors, it will be increasingly difficult for patent practitioners to avoid drafting patent applications describing AI-based innovations. This session will highlight exciting examples of how AI is being used across technology sectors today, and it will provide practice tips for consideration at various stages of the application drafting process when AI is involved. Practice tips will cover types of information to gather during the invention disclosure meeting, AI-specific considerations for claim drafting, types of figures to incorporate, efficient application organization, and how to proactively circumvent Section 101 issues, among other topics.
With the proliferation of Artificial Intelligence in many fields, the next horizon may be the practice of law. ChatGPT recently released its platform to the public for free testing, and it has caught on like wildfire. From writing essays to passing law school exams, ChatGPT shows that AI is advancing as a functional tool in the legal field. Come learn about ChatGPT, OpenAI, why it matters, and how lawyers may use ChatGPT in the Practice of IP Law!
The proliferation of large language model and generative AI systems creates new challenges for artists, publishers, and even lawyers. This session will help lawyers wrap their heads around the abilities, advantages, and issues caused by these new disruptive technologies.
This program will review and discuss recent trademark law cases testing the limits of free speech and fair use. We’ll also explore some emerging and novel trademark issues arising in connection with AI and Web 3.0 technologies.