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Copyright Implications in Generative AI

Original Air Date: 4.23.24

Join distinguished speakers Matt Castle from OpenAI and Chelsea Handler from Google AI, with Mark Schenkel of Sullivan & Cromwell as moderator, for an engaging session tailored to IP professionals seeking insight into the transformative impact of generative AI on the law and legal practice. Delve into the complexities surrounding the copyrightability of AI-generated works and stay updated on proposed legislation and other legal developments. The webinar will also provide practical insights into evolving market trends, strategies for negotiating AI-related contracts, and guidance on effectively leveraging generative AI tools in legal practice.

Presented by:
Moderator: Mark Schenkel, Sullivan Cromwell
Speakers: Matt Castle, OpenAI & Chelsea Handler, Google

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