Licensing Artificial Intelligence Systems
Rights of Licensor and Licensee, Liability for IP Infringement by AI, Rights to Product of AI System
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to counsel on addressing the IP and risk allocation challenges that arise when licensing AI. The panel will discuss how AI licensing agreements differ from traditional software licensing agreements. The panel will also discuss the key provisions to be considered, including rights to the AI product and liability and indemnification for the use and operation of the AI software.
- Determining what rights licensor and licensee have to AI
- How AI licensing agreements differ from traditional software/IP licensing
- Key provisions
- Rights to the product of AI systems
- Liability for infringement “committed” by AI
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What IP challenges must IP counsel overcome when licensing AI systems?
- How do AI licensing agreements differ from traditional software/IP licensing?
- How should potential liability “committed” by the AI-created work be addressed?
Frank A. DeCosta, III, Ph.D.
Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner
Dr. DeCosta has significant experience in patent litigation, client counseling, and providing opinions related to... | Read More
Dr. DeCosta has significant experience in patent litigation, client counseling, and providing opinions related to computers, consumer electronics, software, medical devices, and information systems. As a first chair litigator, he directed litigation teams that obtained jury and bench judgments of more than $100 million. He frequently defends clients against patent infringement charges directed to complex technologies. Dr. DeCosta has managed patent enforcement activities for clients in the U.S., Europe and Asia. He is involved in all phases of patent litigation in more than 50 cases, including worldwide discovery efforts, claim construction, motion practice, conducting depositions, and examining witnesses before a jury. He is also lead counsel in inter partes review proceedings before the PTAB.Close
Special Counsel and Fellow
Maslon LLP and Stanford Law School
Mr. Kahana is an experienced technology and IP lawyer, and also a Research Fellow at Stanford Law School. He counsel... | Read More
Mr. Kahana is an experienced technology and IP lawyer, and also a Research Fellow at Stanford Law School. He counsel clients on a wide variety of matters related to intellectual property and cyber security and serves in a variety of cyber security thought-leadership roles. He works closely with the FBI, DOJ and colleagues from the private and academic sectors to promote and sustain cyber security best practices. At Stanford, he writes and lectures on the intersect between law and artificial intelligence. He has been interviewed on the BBC, KABC radio, Minnesota Public Radio, TheStreet.com and Stanford University Radio, KZSU FM.Close
Squire Patton Boggs
Mr. Nguyen is a deal lawyer, focusing his practice on commercial and corporate transactions in the technology and media... | Read More
Mr. Nguyen is a deal lawyer, focusing his practice on commercial and corporate transactions in the technology and media space. He counsels and assists clients with complex commercial arrangements, strategic relationships, financial regulatory matters, privacy and security matters, licensing, outsourcing, cyber law, intellectual property rights and rights of publicity and personality. He also helps his clients with accelerator and foundry formations and associated fund formations, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, corporate formation and other corporate matters.Close