Online conference of the BMJV on “Data economy, AI and intellectual property” with Dr. Martin Schaefer
Within the framework of the German Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Federal Government organises numerous conferences and events, mostly of a virtual nature, including a conference entitled “Data Economy, AI and Intellectual Property” organised by the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (BMJV).
The event, which will take place exclusively online on 8 September 2020, is intended to create the basis for a status quo assessment from an intellectual property perspective and to address the question of what challenges will arise now and in the future from the use of artificial intelligence for the data economy and for intellectual property rights.
Following the conference, two workshops on copyright are planned, also online. One of these will be led and moderated by BOEHMERT & BOEHMERT attorney Dr. Martin Schaefer together with Prof. Dr. Ing. Nobert Gronau. The subject of the workshop entitled “Copyright Infrastructure” will include the question of how metadata on protected content can be improved in the networked and digitised world.
Participation in the online conference is free of charge, but places are limited.
Further information on the BMJV event and access to the livestream can be found here!