Tech Transfer Central

IP Protection and Generative AI Technologies

What Tech Transfer Offices (and their counsel) Need to Know
Format: On-Demand Video with closed captions
Originally presented: Tuesday, January 9, 2024
Price: $197

Generative AI tools like Dall*E and ChatGPT have exploded in the market and in popularity over the last year, and many university researchers are incorporating AI technologies into their research and resulting innovations.  These systems use vast quantities of data as input to generate new customized content, such as text, images, and technical designs.  As tech transfer offices consider how to support and license these innovations, they must be wary of a wide range of IP issues – and the rapid evolution of how those issues can and should be addressed. How IP is protected — or left unprotected — impacts the creators of training data, the companies providing the systems to the public, and third-party IP right holders.

It’s a virtual minefield with copyright infringement claims on the rise, disputes about ownership of machine-made works, and data integrity concerns. And with the new executive order from the Biden Administration now in the mix, the future for IP as it relates to AI is even cloudier. That’s why we’ve teamed up with two attorney experts to present this eye-opening webinar:

IP Protection and Generative AI

Join our panel of expert attorneys for a one-hour session during which they’ll provide a detailed look at the current legal landscape for Generative AI tools, as well as peer into the future as new cases and regulations emerge. They’ll also discuss situations various IP right holders may face in protecting or enforcing their rights, and address current issues that universities, companies, and governments are wrestling with at the intersection of IP rights and Generative AI. Here’s a partial list of other topics to be addressed:

  • What is Generative AI and where do IP issues come into play?
  • Relevant aspects of current IP law (patent, copyright, rights of publicity)
  • Rights to use source materials
  • Protection of generated output
  • Licensing AI-derived technologies
  • Recent developments, including President Biden’s executive order
  • Practical IP considerations and unknowns

Access to the recorded streaming video for future training and education

Meet your program leaders

Mitchell S. FellerMitchell S. Feller
Principal
Gottlieb, Rackman and Reisman, P.C.

Mitchell Feller’s practice focuses on patents and other areas of intellectual property law in fields including computer hardware and software, wired and wireless networks, electrical and electronic systems, fintech, medical devices, and a variety of other areas.

Drawing on his more than 25 years of legal experience, as well as experience gained at IBM where he worked as a computer design engineer, Mitch counsels clients of all sizes and helps them identify and protect their inventions and other valuable IP and avoid infringing third-party rights. Services he provides to his clients include patent prosecution, offensive and defensive patent portfolio analysis and development, IP risk assessments, product clearance, and strategic IP counseling.

His practice further includes patent litigation in Federal Courts and before the patent office. His corporate practice addresses transactional issues including sales and licenses of IP and IP diligence associated with investments in technology companies. Mitch also provides general client counseling related to protecting and enforcing trademarks, copyrights, and other types of intellectual property. He lectures on various IP related topics, including issues related to protection of AI systems and AI- generated content.

David RodriguesDavid Rodrigues
Principal
Gottlieb, Rackman and Reisman, P.C.

With a decade of experience, David Rodrigues has knowledge in all aspects of intellectual property law. David focuses on a variety of different areas including patent and trademark prosecution, international trademark prosecution, trademark and copyright litigation, and intellectual property licensing. He works with clients in diverse industries, including, but not limited to, consumer goods, cosmetics and beauty, fashion, software, and financial services.

His practice further includes trademark litigation in Federal Courts and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. His corporate practice addresses transactional issues including licenses of IP and IP diligence associated with mergers and acquisitions.

Before joining Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, David was a senior associate at a boutique intellectual property firm in New York City. He also worked full-time at the Bank of New York Mellon while earning his J.D. from New York Law School, where he was a research assistant for International IP Law Professor Molly Beutz Land. David also has corporate in-house experience at a digital marketing company.

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This program is delivered as a digital package that includes the on-demand video with closed captions and the slide deck from the live presentation – and you can share it whenever you wish throughout your organization.

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