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 premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide counsel on addressing the IP and risk allocation challenges that arise when licensing artificial intelligence (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?
Heiko E. Burow
Mr. Burow’s practice includes domestic and international IP and commercial transactions of all facets in a... | Read More
Mr. Burow’s practice includes domestic and international IP and commercial transactions of all facets in a variety of fields and industries. He also provides advice on patent, copyright, trademark, and other IP matters. Mr. Burow regularly advises clients regarding ownership, creation and infringement assessments, both in and outside the context of litigation. His practice further focuses on domestic and international transactions involving IP, including the negotiation, preparation and assessment of licensing, acquisition, development, and commercialization of patents, copyrights, trademarks, and other IP rights. He represents clients in a range of industries and fields, including internet technology, medical technology, communications technology, cinema technology, and banking and financial services.Close
Mr. Jo leverages his technical background as an electrical engineer by focusing on a broad range of technology and... | Read More
Mr. Jo leverages his technical background as an electrical engineer by focusing on a broad range of technology and IP-related transactions and related privacy and regulatory analyses. He has extensive experience representing startups and emerging growth entities, high-profile technology enterprises as well as Fortune 500 companies in a wide variety of industry sectors. Mr. Jo has represented some of the leading machine learning providers in creating template machine learning agreements and negotiating complex model development and machine learning service and hosting agreements. His experience in machine learning includes working with customers in the insurance and transportation industries.Close
Robert W. (Bob) Kantner
Mr. Kantner is an experienced trial lawyer who handles intellectual property and business cases. He organized a working... | Read More
Mr. Kantner is an experienced trial lawyer who handles intellectual property and business cases. He organized a working group at his firm focused on artificial intelligence and robotics and serves on another working group focused on autonomous vehicles. Mr. Kantner has gone to trial 36 times, serving as lead trial counsel in 28 of those trials; his clients have prevailed outright in 75 percent of the trials. Seven of his first chair trials have been patent cases and eight others have been trade secret cases. He as tried two copyright cases involving software. Mr. Kantner has experience with the following technologies: telecommunications, artificial intelligence, and various other technologies used in autonomous vehicles, genetics and energy. He has written and spoken about artificial intelligence numerous times.Close