Rob Harrison will cover:
What do we understand by intellectual property in artificial intelligence?
What rights are there in data used by machine learning in AI?
How can data be protected by contracts?
How to obtain the rights to use data in creating innovation in AI?
Is it possible to patent inventions in AI?
What impact will new advice from European and US Patent Offices have on the approach to examining patent applications?
Who owns inventions made with data supplied from other sources?
How can innovations in artificial intelligence be sold or licensed for use?
Rob is a Patent Attorney (Germany) - European Patent Attorney - European Trade Mark and Design Attorney in Munich. Dr. Harrison’s contribution was supported in part by the European IPR Helpdesk (www.iprhelpdesk.eu)
Rob is a Board Member of the German Australian Business Council (www.gabc.eu) and actively involved in promoting business links between Australia and Germany and regular presenter for LESANZ.
Bronwyn Furse will cover:
Data protection in AU/NZ
How is ownership of datasets assessed
How to use contracts to control ownership and exploitation of datasets and AI systems
Bronwyn Furse is a Partner at Thomson Geer with specialist expertise in the areas of intellectual property, privacy, regulatory and competition and consumer law as well as a LESANZ Trustee at Large.
Her practice traverses public and private industry sectors including automotive, higher education, health, manufacturing, medical devices, energy and resources, government, financial services and ecommerce, from start ups through to multinational groups. Bronwyn is well known for her specialist expertise in privacy law and data protection and commercialisation. She has a particular interest and depth of expertise in privacy issues arising from data sharing and transfer, analytics and commercialisation, as well as behavioural advertising, electronic marketing and surveillance.