Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Policy
WIPO is leading a Conversation on Intellectual Property (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) bringing together Member States and other stakeholders to discuss the impact of Al on IP, with a view to collectively formulating the questions that policymakers need to ask.
On December 13, 2019 the WIPO Secretariat published a draft issues paper to provide the basis for a shared understanding of the main questions that need to be discussed or addressed in relation to IP policy and AI.
Register for the Second Session of WIPO Conversation on Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence (virtual meeting July 7-9, 2020)
Overview and next steps in the process
A second session of the WIPO Conversation on IP and AI will take place by way of a virtual meeting on July 7-9, 2020, daily from 13:00 to 15:00 CET. The Provisional Agenda is based on the Revised Issues Paper. The meeting is open to all interested parties, please register.
Registrants are invited by June 23, 2020 to indicate to firstname.lastname@example.org if they wish to make intervention setting out, with reference to the Provisional Agenda, the day (or days) and issue (or issues) on which they wish to speak and, where possible to share their interventions in writing so that the WIPO Secretariat can provide these in advance to the interpreters.
Details of the virtual meeting platform will be published closer to the meeting date. Further information regarding the structure of the meeting are set out in the Procedures.
|May 23 to 25, 2018||Meeting of IP offices on ICT Strategies and AI for IP Administration|
|January 31, 2019||Publication of WIPO Technology Trends: Artificial Intelligence|
|September 27, 2019||WIPO Conversation on IP and AI: First Session|
|December 13, 2019||Publication of Draft Issues Paper on IP Policy and AI|
|February 14, 2020||Deadline for comments on the draft issues paper: Comments|
|May 29, 2020||Publication of Revised Issues Paper on IP Policy and AI|
|July 7-9, 2020 (virtual)||WIPO Conversation on IP and AI: Second Session|
Database of submissions
More than 250 submissions were received from the widest possible global audience.