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Final conclusions: Can robots invent and create? A dialogue between Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property


We publish the final conclusions from all panels that took place during the 1st Congress: Can robots invent and create? A dialogue between Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property, organized by the Fide Foundation. Find the document below.



This document contains the conclusions of the different sessions held during the "Congress: Can robots invent and create? A dialogue between Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property" which took place from 14 to 15 March 2019 at the University of Alicante. Fide and the University of Alicante would like to thank Vicente Zafrilla, Rubén Cano, Myriam Christmann, Carlos Muñoz, and Raúl Rodríguez, responsible for the drafting of this document.

Directors:
  • Javier Fernández-Lasquetty, Partner at Elzaburu. Member of Fide's Academic Council
  • Aurelio López-Tarruella, Lawyer "Of Counsel" Baylos, Professor of Private International Law (University Of Alicante)
Coordinator: Manuel Desantes, Professor of Private International Law (University of Alicante)

Table of contents:
  • Initial Key Note Speaker. The tyranny of the algorithms? The bright and dark sides of data-driven algorithmic decision making.
  • Session 1. Artificial intelligence and Intellectual Property, elements for a dialogue
  • Session 2. Artificial Intelligence and authorship. Challenges for the copyright system
  • Session 3. Artificial Intelligence and technical innovations. Challenges for the patent system. Inventions developed by Artificial Intelligence: breaking the boundaries.
  • Session 4. Artificial Intelligence and technical innovations. Challenges for the patent system. Computer-implemented inventions. Trade secrets and Artificial intelligence.
  • Session 5. Artificial intelligence and emotional innovations. Will Artificial Intelligence change the trade mark system?
  • Session 6. Artificial intelligence and privacy: looking for a balance between innovations and human rights.
  • Session 7. Artificial Intelligence and non-personal data: the case of Industry 4.0
  • Session 8. Techno round table
  • Session 9. Intellectual Property Offices facing Artificial intelligence. Round table
  • Final Key Note Speaker. Critical aspects of AI and Machine Learning (ML) from a legal point of view.

Conclusions


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