KRAUS & WEISERT had the pleasure to host a seminar on international patent law in the context of recent trends in artificial intelligence in China, Japan, the US and Europe on September 12, 2023.
The topics covered were:
• Patent practice in the context of AI inventions in different countries
• Governmental initiatives supporting AI development
• Problems and pitfalls when using ChatGPT
• AI Research perspectives, expectations and opportunities: a scientific overview
The panel included Dr. Michael A. Sartori from McCarter & English, USA; Shengping Yang of Zhifan IP Attorneys, China; Shikato Shunsuke of JETRO Dusseldorf and as a representative of JPO in Europe; and Dr. Johannes Graf Ballestrem of Osborne Clarke, Germany. Dr. Marcel Wever from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich will complemented the panel.
We would like to thank the speakers and participants for their interest and the stimulating discussions during the event.
For all those who could not attend or who are simply interested in this topic we have prepared a compilation of videos covering the presentations and the Q&A sections of the seminar. In addition, the slides can be downloaded.
Welcome – Introduction
Kraus & Weisert
SEMINAR "INTERNATIONAL PATENT LAW: RECENT TRENDS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – CHINA, JAPAN, THE US AND EUROPE"
Zhifan IP Attorneys, China
CHINESE PATENT LAW AND PRACTICE: UPDATES AND RECENT TRENDS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
DR. MARCEL WEVER
Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany
CURRENT TRENDS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH, FUTURE PROSPECTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
DR. JOHANNES GRAF BALLESTREM
Osborne Clarke, Germany
PATENTS AND TRADE SECRETS: RISK OF LOSS OF RIGHTS WHEN USING CHATGPT?
JPO INITIATIVES FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNOLOGIES
DR. MICHAEL A. SARTORI
McCarter & English, USA
US PATENT LAW AND PRACTICE: UPDATES AND RECENT TRENDS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE