Kickstart Your Business - Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual Property

, 10:00 - 13:00 FREE
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If you have never attended a Kickstart Your Business workshop before, please fill out the registration form in advance of the session. This form is crucial for our funding purposes (more detail below). 

Philip Martin, Simon Portman and Ben Hawkins from Marks & Clerk will be leading a workshop on the various aspects of protecting IP relating to Artificial Intelligence.

The workshop will cover basic issues that arise when patenting new inventions and more detailed analysis of how these relate to AI. It will also cover wider IP related issues that arise when protecting AI such as privacy and other regulations, access to data, and contractual matters.

When signing up to Kickstart Your Business, please fill out this registration form as well as registering on Eventbrite. As this project is funded by J.P. Morgan, this is important for our funding purposes. If you have previously completed this form, you do not need to fill this out again.

The Zoom link will be shared 24 hours before the webinar with the people who signed up on Eventbrite and completed our registration form (link above).

These are fully funded programmes. Failure to attend on two separate occasions without prior cancellation will result in you being barred from attending future workshops. This is due to the cost of setting up each workshop and making preparations based on the number of sign-ups. Please refer to our Bookings and Cancellations policy below.

About your facilitators :

Simon specialises as a commercial contract lawyer for technology companies. He works for clients in the electronics, bioscience, defence, software, nanotech and creative industries, advising companies ranging from small start-ups to big multinationals as well as individuals, public bodies and charities. 
As a Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney, Matthew advises a wide range of clients in high tech fields, with particular expertise in computing and medical devices. Since joining Marks & Clerk in 2011, he has been active in protecting innovations within the fields of telecommunications, machine learning, medical devices and non-volatile semiconductor memory.
Ben joined Marks & Clerk in September 2019 and is a European Patent Attorney in the Oxford office. He assists with patent matters for a variety of clients, from start-ups to multinationals in a wide range of fields, including electronics, software, telecommunications, artificial intelligence, and mechanical engineering.


Name: Kickstart Your Business - Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual Property
Where: Online
When: , 10:00 - 13:00
Price: Admission: Free entry
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