IP+AI 2018: New Name, New Dates, New Discount Code!

I am writing this post with a few new details about the event I wrote about recently.

AI+IP 2018 is now IP+AI 2018 and will be held on November 13th and 14th at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Washington, D.C.

In case you missed my last post, IP+AI 2018 is a groundbreaking conference designed to show organizations a robust roadmap to develop, monetize and protect the intellectual property rights in their artificial intelligence developments.

IP+AI 2018 will feature an unmatched faculty comprised of Fortune 1000 companies, legal experts and AI innovators who will share case studies and solutions that will help attendees develop immediate and practical solutions to meet the unique challenges of AI and IP.

Register at www.ipforai.com and use the code SPON300 to get $300 off your registration fee.

Join Me at AI+IP 2018

I am excited to announce that I will be moderating a panel at AI+IP 2018, a groundbreaking conference designed to show organizations a robust roadmap to develop, monetize and protect the intellectual property rights in their artificial intelligence developments.

The conference will be held November 13-15, 2018, in Washington D.C. and will feature an unmatched faculty comprised of Fortune 1000 companies, legal experts and AI innovators who will share case studies and solutions that will help attendees develop immediate and practical solutions to meet the unique challenges of AI and IP.

Register at www.ipforai.com and use the discount code JW200 to get $200 off the registration fee. Early bird registration ends this week!

Artificial Intelligence and Governance

This post features the fifth episode of the JohnWright.ai Artificial Intelligence Podcast. Episode 5 is entitled Artificial Intelligence and Governance featuring Kristen Thomasen as my guest. Kristen is an Assistant Professor of Law, Robotics and Society at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Kristen is a leading expert in Canada on robotics law and policy and she focuses her research on legal, ethical and social issues related to robotic technologies and artificial intelligence. Her position as professor of law, robotics and society is actually the first in North America to be specifically designated that way.

Kristen is also completing her PhD in Law at the University of Ottawa, having previously clerked for a Canadian Supreme Court Justice, the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench and articling with Alberta Justice in Calgary, Alberta, where she is also member of the Law Society.