11 June 2019
Adequat Business Center,
Brusselsesteenweg 159, 9090 Melle
(see location on map)
The role played by artificial intelligence (AI) in our everyday lives is growing; however, its impact is frequently overlooked. This is also true in the legal sector; particularly, in regards to the use of AI in IP and contract management, as well as the ways in which new AI technologies are currently protected and protectable by IP rights.
Please join our seminar on the current and future impact of AI on contracts and IP.
“AI is a new digital frontier that will have a profound impact on the world. It will have enormous technological, economic and social consequences, and is going to transform the way we produce and distribute goods and services, as well as the way we work and live.”
Francis Gurry, WIPO Director General
Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property
Date: 11 June 2019
Venue: Adequat Business Center, Brusselsesteenweg 159, 9090 Melle (see location on map)
Seminar and Q&A: 5pm to 6.15pm
Networking reception: from 6.15pm
In the first part of our seminar, lawyer and technologist Maarten Truyens will share his predictions of the impact of AI on ‘smart contracts’. Maarten will also profile both existing and upcoming AI-based products; assessing how they work and what we can (and can not) expect from them. Finally, he will provide practical advice on how to identify valuable contracts and contracting solutions in the current AI hype.
In the second part of our seminar, IP specialists Véronique Pede and Frederik Jocqué will focus on how to obtain IP protection for new AI tools and AI creations. They will assess the current IP systems that exist to protect Apps, user interfaces and software, and set out likely future developments in this rapidly-evolving field. The presentation will also cover the new copyright rules recently adopted by the European Parliament.
Former technology lawyer, Maarten Truyens combines legal knowledge with practical software development experience, and a deep knowledge of the information technology industry. In 2016, he started developing specialised contract drafting software, which eventually resulted in the start-up, ClauseBase.
Véronique Pede is co-founder of CAPE IP Law, and has more than 20 years’ experience as an IP litigator in a range of industries - including electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, food, textile, packaging, pharma, biotech and software. She is passionate about patents, designs, trademarks and advertising law.
Frederik Jocqué is a trademark and design attorney at Novagraaf. Through his experience with medium- and large-sized enterprises, Frederik has gained expertise in providing strategic and substantive advice on the protection, management and optimisation of IP portfolios.
For further information or questions about the event, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is complimentary and no payment is required.