The Future of Trade Marks and Geographical Indications
Between 3 and 4 October, Tilen Zonta has attended the international conference on the relationship between trade marks and geographical indication on the premises of the EU Intellectual Property Office in Alicante, Spain. He wrote a report on the konference, which was published in issue 41/42 of Pravna praksa from 25 October 2018.
You can read the report (in Slovene) here (the holder of all economic rights on the work is LEXPERA d.o.o.).
After MEPs first discussed the draft report of rules for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in may, they have already adopted a first set of EU rules for AI regulation at yesterday’s plenary session.
After UNESCO General Conference confirmed in 2019 the establishmentof the International Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (IRCAI), the Government of Republic of Slovenia finally this week adopted an official notification for its establishment. This means that IRCAI is now officially established.
On 5 and 6 October 2020, Europeana in cooperation with Deutsche Nationalbibliothek and under the auspices of the German Presidency of the Council of Europe organised a digital conference titled “The role of copyright in the digital transformation of the cultural heritage sector”. The conference, while organised as an invite-only event, also included a publicly open session “Past, present and future of copyright & digital transformation. Opportunities in the copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive”. Timotej Kotnik Jesih attended the session on behalf of IPI.