Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Rights in the Arts and Design Industries in France and Australia
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About The Event
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used to create designs, and this raises important intellectual property law issues: how is AI used and how can Intellectual Property (IP) Rights adapt? What knowledge do stakeholders have about IP laws applied to AI designs? What differences exist between France and Australia? What insights could bring a multidisciplinary approach to these issues? The Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education, at the UWA Law School and the Centre for International Studies on Intellectual Property (CEIPI), at the University of Strasbourg, will gather IP Australia, the French National Institute on Intellectual Property, the Design Institute of Australia, The Australian Design Alliance, and other experts in AI, philosophy, social sciences and humanities to create a collaborative and interdisciplinary research community on this topic.