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13th OCTOBER 2023

FOUR SEASONS SYDNEY 

TOPICS OF EXPLORATION

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This event has been exclusively produced to address the function and capacity of the following positions from across all industries legal and technology function:

  • Copyright and Generative AI: Best practices for LLM training and recent developments in U.S. litigation

  • It copies, right? Generative AI & Australian Copyright law

  • Regulating AI: A exploration of how regulators are approaching AI governance

  • Brave new world: Patents, Confidential Information and Trade marks in an AI driven world

  • Legal counsel and the corporate sector:

  • CIO’s ;, COO’s; CISO’s; IT Directors

  • CFO’s & Finance Directors

  • Head of Innovation

  • Legal Partners - IT Area, Litigation

  • Risk Managers

  • Head of IT Security

  • All those who have a role in the technology and legal side of an organisation

MATTHEW SAG

Professor of Law in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data Science

Emory University Law School [USA]

OUR SPEAKERS

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Copyright and Generative AI: Best practices for LLM training and recent developments in U.S. litigation

SESSION TOPIC: Generative AI based on large language models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT, DALL·E-2, Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, JukeBox, and MusicLM can produce text, images, and music that are indistinguishable from human-authored works.

The training data for these large language models consists predominantly of copyrighted works.

This presentation and the accompanying article explore how generative AI fits within U.S. fair use rulings established in relation to previous generations of copy-reliant technology, including software reverse engineering, automated plagiarism detection systems, and the text data mining at the heart of the landmark HathiTrust and Google Books cases.

Matthew Sag is a Professor of Law in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data Science at Emory University Law School. Professor Sag is an expert in copyright law and intellectual property. He is a leading U.S. authority on the fair use doctrine in copyright law and its implications for researchers in the fields of text data mining, machine learning, and AI.

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It copies, right? Generative AI & Australian Copyright law

SESSION TOPIC: In an era where technology continues to reshape the landscape of creativity and innovation, Generative AI stands at the forefront as a fascinating yet contentious tool. This session will explore the challenges and opportunities that Generative AI presents within the context of Australian copyright law. We will examine the evolving legal landscape, infringement risks, and discuss real-world cases that have brought to light the complexities of regulating AI-generated content

Kim is internationally recognised as a leader in intellectual property. She has decades of experience across intellectual property law, and acts for a wide range of clients in commercialising intellectual property and in resolving commercial and IP disputes. She regularly advises on copyright, including pro bono with the Arts Law Centre of Australia and First Nations organisations. She has guided industry organisations through lobbying for copyright changes and the successful amendment of the Copyright Act in relation to medicines labelling.

KIM O'CONNELL

Partner

King & Wood Mallesons

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LUKE HAWTHORNE

Senior Associate

King & Wood Mallesons

Luke specialises in intellectual property, technology and regulatory disputes, with a special interest in copyright law concerning emerging technologies. He has been commended as one of Australia’s leading young litigators. His copyright experience includes acting as a long-standing advisor to some of the world’s leading digital providers and platforms on copyright strategy, enforcement, and reform—and as an advocate for First Nations artists and culture.

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KENDRA FOURACRE

Senior Associate

King and Wood Mallesons

Regulating AI: A exploration of how regulators are approaching AI governance

SESSION TOPIC: Reducing the risks of AI by regulating how companies use it is currently a hot topic of government and regulators worldwide. This session will explore the key approaches to regulating AI that are emerging internationally (with a focus on the EU, China, the US and Singapore) and how Australia fits in. As part of the exploration of Australia’s position, the session will also touch upon how key Australian regulators are responding and what Australian companies can do now to improve their AI governance processes.

 

Kendra is a Senior Associate in KWM's Tech Law team, with broad experience in regulated data (including telecommunications and energy data), privacy (including Australia’s Consumer Data Right), artificial intelligence (law and ethics) and technology (Including cybercrime and regulatory overlays).

 

Kendra has several years of commercial in-house experience, as legal counsel in both the wholesale commercial legal team and the regulatory team of Telstra. She has also worked in-house at the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), BHP and AGL.

 

Kendra has lectured and tutored cyber-crime law at the University of Canberra, holds a Masters of Laws from the University of Melbourne specialising in data and cyber law and is an Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) and a Certified Information Privacy Professional for Europe (CIPP/EU).

BRAVE NEW WORLD: 

Patents, Confidential Information and Trade marks in an AI driven world

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  • $695.00 -  DELEGATE PRICING per delegate  

  • $595.00 PER DELEGATE - for 2 or more delegates from the same firm

VENUE 

 

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

199 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000

 (02) 9250 3100

Room:  Level 1 

The Residence

Dress code:  Smart Casual 

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