Four IP licensing experts will discuss recent changes in the intellectual property licensing landscape, including generative A.I., and how they are affecting innovation.
The all-star lineup of patent, copyright and brand licensing experts includes the chief of IBM’s intellectual property operation, Bill LaFontaine; Nimra Taqi, licensing director at Mass General Brigham, a leading research center; Keith Kupferschmid, president of the Copyright Alliance in Washington.
The panel, “New Licensing Challenges and Opportunities; Living in an A.I. World,” will be moderated by Myron Kassaraba, Director of Commercialization at the Center for Research Innovation at Northeastern University, co-host with the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding (CIPU), of the 6th IP Awareness Summit on May 2nd.
IP CloseUp readers can attend virtually with a complimentary livestream registration. Use the code VGENL2023 at the registration site. Space is limited and; in-person registration for tomorrow’s event is sold out.
Five National Academy of Inventors members will be either presenting or introducing. NAI membership is reserved for the highest level of scholar-inventors.
For the program, speakers and their biographies, visit www.ipawarenesssummit.com
Keynote: Educating the Next Generation of Inventors
Founding host and editor of public radio’s ‘Innovation Hub,’ Kara Miller will deliver the IPAS 2023 keynote address at 10:00 AM ET, “Inventing the Future: Reaching A New Generation of Inventors.”
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