As AI adoption increases, and governments and regulators across the globe grapple with how best to regulate AI, Slaughter and May are producing a series of ‘Regulating AI’ thought pieces that will consider some of the legal issues that arise from developing and using AI solutions.
The latest in this series is a podcast in which IP Partner Laura Houston and PSL Richard Barker discuss some of the key intellectual property law considerations and issues relating to AI. They consider which IP rights are relevant, look at whether AI itself can own or infringe IP, discuss some of the outcomes of the UKIPO’s recent consultations and calls for views and talk us through some of the changes that are expected to be made following those consultations.
You can find out more about our ‘Regulating AI’ series, and further AI related insights and publications, on our Regulating AI hub.
Our first piece in the series was a podcast that considered the competition law considerations arising from the use of AI that you can listen to here. Over the coming months, we will be discussing issues arising in areas such as Employment, Data Protection, Financial Regulation and ESG.
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