WIPO Conversation on IP and AI
Today, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) hosts the Conversation on Intellectual Property (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) at its seat in Geneva, Switzerland. Conversation’s main purpose is to exchange views on potential impact of AI on the IP system. Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič is attending the Conversation on behalf of Communia organisation that has the status of an observer.
The objective of WIPO Conversation on IP and AI is to provide Member States with an opportunity to hold conversations and exchange views on various topics regarding AI for didactic purposes and formulating the right questions with respect to the possible impact of AI on the IP system. Expected results of the WIPO Conversation on IP and AI are as follows:
– Better understanding of the impact of AI on IP;
– Better understanding of the potential of AI in enhancing IP administration;
– Formulation of the right questions that should continue to be discussed in the future;
– Identifying issues that need the urgent attention of Member States.
Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič is attending this Conversation as a representative of Communia, an organisation that has a status of an observer.
The Conversation’s provisional program is accessible here.
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