Our AI Boot Camp will feature expert analysis of and insights into artificial intelligence and its impact on companies in all industries and of all sizes.
How does artificial intelligence and its related computational technologies (data science, machine learning, deep learning, neural networks, natural language processing, computer vision, etc.) impact your company? How do you prepare for and address issues such as intellectual property implications and strategies, data privacy and protection, bias prevention, and compliance with ethical, legal, and regulatory standards to best position your company for success?
We will explore these topics and more in Morgan Lewis’s 2021 AI Boot Camp. Please join us.
CLE credit in CA, FL, IL, NJ (via reciprocity), NY, PA, TX, and VA is currently pending approval.
For any questions on the program, please contact Iris Jacinto.
This webinar considers why this is happening, how the issue is manifesting itself and the challenges it is creating, and actions that can be taken to minimize bias in artificial intelligence (AI).
Join us as we discuss artificial intelligence (AI) in digital advisory offerings.
In this webinar, we will provide an overview of current trends in hardware technologies for artificial intelligence (AI), and competitive landscape, detail patenting strategies of startups, and alternate IP strategies adopted by AI hardware startups, including open source, copyright, and trade-secret protection, and provide important practice tips for IP protection.
In this webinar, we’ll explore how to assess the patentability of, and prosecute applications covering, artificial intelligence (AI) functionality embodied in these emerging systems.
Join us as we discuss artificial intelligence (AI) and data privacy.
This one hour Ethics CLE course will start with an introduction to the array of concepts we call artificial intelligence (AI), follow with a history of its development and adoption in the legal profession—from its early adoption to current state to where we think it is headed—setting the table for a conversation about the unsettled moral and ethical considerations the use of AI raises for lawyers and their clients.
Please join us for a lively presentation that will cover copyright authorship, registration, and enforcement of copyrights in connection with works created with AI. We will review a number of AI content examples and analyze which may be copyrightable and by whom.
In this webinar, we will discuss the expanding field of using artificial intelligence (AI) to automate the search for candidates, screen candidates and analyze candidates’ skills and aptitudes, as well as other tasks associated with recruiting and hiring.
This presentation will illustrate how to identify patentable inventions that use AI, and when it can make more sense to pursue trade secret protection.
Join us as we discuss key FDA policies applicable to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies when intended for healthcare applications.
Transactions in the AI market hit record numbers this past year and the trend is only expected to continue as the race to acquire talent and innovative technology accelerates. Join us as we discuss some of the key issues that buyers and investors frequently grapple with as they evaluate companies in this space.
Join us to discuss how the standards for patentability have been applied by the United States and European patent offices for computer-implemented inventions in biotechnology and healthcare.