Konference: Fremtiden med IPR og kunstig intelligens

Fremtidens vindervirksomheder forstår samspillet

Kunstig intelligens (AI) udfylder flere og flere funktioner i samfundet. Det er en udvikling, der ikke alene påvirker områder som innovation, produktion og økonomi – men også den måde vi tænker og udøver IP-rettigheder på. Og det er en udvikling, der forventes intensiveret fremover.

Fremtidens vindervirksomheder forstår samspillet mellem kunstig intelligens og IPR, og de formår at udnytte det til at skabe vedvarende konkurrencemæssige fordele.

Velkommen til en international konference om krydsfeltet mellem IPR og kunstig intelligens – nu og i fremtiden.
 

Der er lukket for tilmeldinger til konferencen. 

Praktiske oplysninger

Konferencen afholdes på engelsk.

15. oktober 2021

Kl. 10.00 - 15.30
Registrering, morgenmad og netværk fra kl. 9.00.

Gratis

Konferencen er inklusiv forplejning. Der opkræves derfor et gebyr på kr. 500,- ved 'no show'.

Bella Sky Conference & Event

Center Boulevard 5
DK-2300 Copenhagen S

Temaer

AI og andre beslægtede nye teknologier

Vi  giver en introduktion til  AI-teknologien og beslægtede teknologier, og vi præsenterer EUIPO’s brug af blockchain som underliggende teknologi for deres IP-registre.

AI's konsekvenser for IP-rettighedsområder

Tre internationale eksperter giver hver deres bud på, hvordan kunstig intelligens vil påvirke forskellige IP-rettighedsområder.

 

AI anvendt i praksis

Vi stiller skarpt på virksomheders praktiske brug af AI, når Novo Nordisk deler erfaringer med brug af AI i deres patentfunktion. 

AI i  håndhævelse af IP-rettigheder

Vi præsenterer et europæisk og amerikansk perspektiv på, hvordan AI og nye teknologier vil kunne bruges i forbindelse med krænkelser og håndhævelse af IP-rettigheder.

Talere

Vi er stolte af at kunne præsentere et stærkt felt af talere som både tæller eksperter i kunstig intelligens og ledende forskere i IPR. Repræsentanter fra både virksomheder, universiteter og myndigheder giver dig deres fremtidsperspektiver på forholdet mellem IPR og kunstig intelligens.

Sune Stampe Sørensen

Sune is Director General of the Danish Patent and Trademark Office. He is a board member of Nordic Patent Institute, member of the board at the Danish Academy of Technical Sciences, member of the Management Board at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), and member of the Board of the Administrative Council in the European Patent Office (EPO). Prior to his engagement at the DKPTO he has held various executive positions in the Ministry of Environment and Food and the Ministry of Finance.

Andrii Shalaginov

Andrii is Associate Professor in the Department of Technology at Kristiania University College, Norway. His work is widely related to the application of artificial intelligence in detection of computer viruses, network attacks and protection of Internet of Things devices. Andrii is a member of the Malware Lab and Digital Forensics group at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, where he has completed a PhD in Information Security. He has also been a cybersecurity researcher in the EUIPO framework related to malware analysis on copyright-infringing websites.

Rahul Bhartiya

Rahul is Electronics and Telecommunication Engineer from the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee. He has more than 15 years of experience in working with EU Public organisations, specifically in IT development in Trademarks and Design. He is currently heading the AI Implementation at European Union Intellectual Property Rights Office. He has also contributed to setting up the Big Data environment at the office as well as introduced AI.

Jean-Marc Deltorn

Jean-Marc is Senior Researcher at the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI, University of Strasbourg). At CEIPI, Jean-Marc's research focuses on the interplay between IP and emerging technologies. He is co-director of CEIPI's "AI & IP" Diploma. Prior to joining CEIPI, Jean-Marc has spent 15 years at the European Patent Office (EPO) where he was in charge of the prosecution of AI applications and he contributed to drafting the Guidelines for examination on the sections dedicated to mathematical methods and AI. He is a member of the “Impact of Technology Expert Group” of the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights.

Maurizio Borghi

Maurizio is Professor of Law at Bournemouth University, UK, where he is also Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management (Jean-Monnet Centre of Excellence 2018-2021). His research focuses on copyright and related rights, with an interest in the doctrinal and regulatory challenges of the digital economy. He has published research such as mass digitization, data ownership, liability of intermediaries and copyright exemptions. His recent research includes a study on enforcement of broadcasters’ rights on the internet and an extensive project on copyright and digitization of cultural heritage in the EU.

Lars Kellberg

Lars is Corporate Vice President and Chief Patent Counsel for Novo Nordisk. In this position he is globally responsible for procuring and managing Novo Nordisk’s patent portfolio and, with respect to patents, providing strategic direction and guidance for Novo Nordisk’s global business and research operations. Lars has a MSc degree from University of Aarhus and an Executive MBA degree from the Scandinavian International Management Institute. Lars is also a qualified European Patent Attorney.

Erling Vestergaard

Erling has been a Danish lawyer for more than 31 years, 21 of those serving as a Danish prosecutor specialising in economic crime. From 2006 to 2014 he coordinated all Danish criminal IP cases, only interrupted by a 2-year period working for the Danish Patent and Trademark Office. Erling Vestergaard has taken a special interest in Internet related issues and the impact of new disruptive and transformative technologies. Since November 2014 he has worked at the EUIPO Observatory specialising in infringements of Intellectual Property Rights.

 

John H. Zacharia

John is a globally recognized expert in intellectual property law and policy.  John has spent over 17 years at the U.S. Department of Justice, partly as Assistant Deputy Chief for Litigation at the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section where he became one of the most experienced federal prosecutors of intellectual property crimes in the United States.  John has successfully prosecuted several high-impact online IP cases, including the first prosecution and conviction of a cyberlocker operator for criminal copyright infringement.  As Founder of Zacharia Law PLLC, John represents clients in matters involving intellectual property violations and cyber threats.

Kontakt

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