The representative of the Academy participated in The Third Session Conversation on Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence held at the platform of the World Intellectual Property Organization
The representative of the Academy participated in The Third Session WIPO/IP/AI/3/GE/20 Conversation on Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence on the 4th of November 2020 in Geneva.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a general-purpose technology with widespread applications throughout the economy and society. It is already having, and is likely to have increasingly in the future, a significant impact on the creation, production and distribution of economic and cultural goods and services. As such, AI intersects with intellectual property (IP) policy at a number of different points, since one of the main aims of IP policy is to stimulate innovation and creativity in the economic and cultural systems.