April 6, 2018
Fitch Even partner Joseph F. Marinelli will be a featured panelist at an ABA CLE program on “Machine Generated Assets: Understanding the Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property and How to Protect Your Client,” taking place on April 13 in Orlando, Florida, during the ABA Business Law Section Spring Meeting.
During the program, Joe and his fellow panelists will discuss how works generated by artificial intelligence systems, such as inventions or works of art, can be protected in the current IP infrastructure. They will also offer guidance on what practitioners need to know to best advise their clients regarding the development and use of AI systems.
To learn more about the conference and its offerings, please visit the ABA website.
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