YoungBasile Webinar AI and Intellectual Property: Avoiding the Pitfalls 062823

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Date and Time:
Wednesday, June 28, 2023
11am PST / 2pm EST

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AI and Its Impact on Intellectual Property:
Harnessing the Benefits While Avoiding the Pitfalls

Join us for an informative webinar that explains opportunities – and pitfalls – in using AI to create software, content, and other intellectual property.

ChatGPT and other large language models are taking the world by storm, but they raise important intellectual property questions.

For example:

  • Who owns the code that your engineers create using these tools?
  • Are you free to use it in commercial products?
  • Can you prevent others from using this same code?

In this complimentary 45 minute seminar, our legal team will explain these and other issues and provide actionable suggestions for maximizing the value and reducing the risk of creating software and content through AI.

Key Topics Covered:


Legality of AI Models:
Understand the how the training of AI models creates downstream legal implications for users and may implicate your intellectual property in materials used to train the AI.


Copyright Infringement Risks for Users of AI:

Software and content that you create using AI may inadvertently include copyrighted material of third parties, including open source material.


Your Ownership Rights in Output Generated by AI:
We will explore whether users have copyright or patent rights in output generated by AI, taking a look at recent caselaw and other developments.


Risks to Confidential Information:

Understand how your use of AI may expose your confidential information or put you at risk of waiving privilege or breaching your duties of confidentiality owed to others.


Practical Takeaways:

Learn effective mechanisms to mitigate the legal risk posed by AI, including establishing policies, vetting providers, and technology solutions.
Date and Time:
Thursday, June 28, 2023


Andrew R. Basile, Jr.

Ryan T. McCleary

Eddie D. Woodworth