Date and time: 09.00-10.00 (UK time), Thursday, 16 March 2023
Already in 2023, ChatGPT has grabbed headlines and current and past Microsoft CEOs have announced AI as ‘the next platform wave’ and ‘as important as the internet’.
As the wave gets ready to break and AI gets baked in to all levels of the technology stack, what does this mean for technology lawyers in 2023? If generative AI starts to wash away familiar paradigms, what comes next and what new lines does it draw in the sand? How do the organisation’s legal and compliance teams chart the new topography?
In today’s session Richard Kemp, Deirdre Moynihan, Chris Kemp and Eleanor Hobson from top Tech Law specialist Kemp IT Law unpick the key themes of this watershed moment for technology in the organisation and provide pointers to the legal approaches for success in a business environment where the pace of change just keeps hotting up. In this webinar, we will:
- explore the legal aspects of ‘AI as a Platform’, the lightning rod for at scale deployments of enterprise AI.
- consider the frontier issues for AI & IP: generative AI, transformers and large language models.
- examine what this all means for GDPR compliance: privacy by design, automated decision-making and privacy rights.
|09.00 – 09.05||Welcome – Richard Kemp, Partner|
|09.05 – 09.20||AI as a Platform: a black box behind a brick wall? – Chris Kemp, Partner |
An overview of AI as a Platform app architecture
A black box behind a brick wall? Legal issues in AI as a Platform
Tips and tricks for AI as a Platform contracts
|09.20 – 09.35||AI & IP: the frontier issues – Deirdre Moynihan, Partner |
IP issues: generative AI, transformers and large language models
Rights in computer-generated works – recent developments
Managing IP risks in large datasets
|09.35 – 09.50||AI lifecycle, personal data and GDPR – Eleanor Hobson, Associate |
Ace your due diligence – customers, what to look for; suppliers, how to prepare
During the term – key steps for maintaining GDPR compliance Collateral use and end of life – what can we do with the models and data?
GDPR Ts&Cs – what does this mean we need?
|09.50 – 10.00||Q&A|