Register now to hear experts from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the U.S. Copyright Office lead discussions on ground-breaking policy issues related to copyright law and artificial intelligence (AI). During the course of this free, half-day program, three sessions will examine:
- machine learning in practice
- how existing copyright laws apply to the training of AI
- what the future may hold in this fast-moving policy space
Whether you are a copyright attorney, a policymaker, or anyone else interested in how AI is affecting rights holders, you do not want to miss this public program.
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Important note: The organizers of this program plan to present it in a hybrid format, both live and online, with all sessions on Zoom. The on-site option will depend on pandemic-related conditions and public access to the Library of Congress at the time of the event, and could be subject to cancellation on short notice should conditions change. Whether planning to attend online via Zoom or in-person, all attendees must register in advance.
For more information, visit the registration page or contact Andrew Foglia at the U.S. Copyright Office.