Another in TLT's series of events looking at digital futures.
Join us as we explore some of the key opportunities and challenges presented by artificial intelligence.
On the agenda:
- Is AI actually intelligent?
Is there an AI out there now that could fool a human mind and pass the Turing test? We will be discussing why AI is more than just mere processing power and what makes a system intelligent.
- How do intellectual property rights apply to AI?
Can AI create new works, and if so who owns these works? How can we manage the risks and uncertainty around ownership in IP rights "created" by an AI?
- Privacy and ethics in AI
The application of the General Data Protection Regulation principles to the development and deployment of AI. What are the risks and challenges of using AI to make wholly automated decisions about individuals? How do ethical considerations link to the privacy legal framework? We will discuss how an ethical approach can help to facilitate compliance.
Daniel Lloyd, Partner, TLT LLP
Emma Erskine-Fox, Associate, TLT LLP
Brian Craig, Legal Director, TLT LLP
Juliet Mason, Legal Director, TLT LLP
16.00 – Registration
16.30 – Presentations
17.30 – Q&A
17.45 – Networking and drinks
18.30 – Close
20 Gresham Street
Get in touch
For more information about this event and to register your place please contact Philippa McFeat.