Host: Vikram Savkar, Vice President & General Manager, International and Higher Education Markets at Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
Guest Speaker: Steven
P. Tapia, Distinguished Practitioner In Residence, Seattle University School of
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Title:Artificial Intelligence in the Real World: How Law Schools Can Prepare Future Lawyers for Business Issues and the Disruption of Intellectual Property.
Date: Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 Time: 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time Duration: 1 Hour
FEATURED GUEST SPEAKER
This webinar will examine how the quickly expanding uses of artificial intelligence in business and technology are forcing new ways of thinking about content, technology and other intellectual property licenses. It will examine:
What “AI” and “Big Data” really mean
Specific business scenarios that reveal how ownership and use of big data sets challenge the very precepts of established intellectual property law
What these scenarios mean for practicing lawyers
How law school faculty can keep up with the changes and prepare future lawyers to deal with the legal implications of rapidly evolving technology
Steve Tapia is a
Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at the Seattle University School of
Law, where he teaches in the areas of intellectual property, digital commerce,
internet law and business innovation. He is also the Director of the Law
School’s Technology and Innovation Immersion program, as well as the Law
School’s Business Boot Camp. Prior to joining the faculty, he was senior
in-house counsel for DIRECTV, Microsoft, HBO and television station KCET in Los
Angeles. Prior to those engagements, he was an attorney with Loeb &
Loeb in Los Angeles, California, where his practice focused on intellectual
property and business litigation. He was admitted to the California State Bar