Ryan Phelan to Speak During Artificial Intelligence Think Tank for Center for International Legal Studies
Partner Ryan Phelan will be presenting during the Center for International Legal Studies’ (CILS) Artificial Intelligence Think Tank on January 26 to discuss patenting Artificial Intelligence (AI) inventions in the U.S.
Date and Time: January 26, 2021 between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. Central
Event Name: Artificial Intelligence Think Tank: Patenting Artificial Intelligence Inventions in the U.S.
Where: Zoom (link to be sent out upon registration)
Register for the Center for International Legal Studies (CILS) Artificial Intelligence Think Tank.
AI continues to challenge law firms to find ways of developing and applying applications that will help reduce the cost of time-consuming and labor-consuming tasks for delivering legal services and improve efficiencies for the business of law. While still a mystery to many, AI is quickly finding its way into applications in law firms, including legal research, e-discovery, contract review, and document drafting; forecasting; data and legal analytics; timekeeping, billing, and collections; and intellectual property. In two one-hour sessions, CILS is hosting this virtual seminar to discuss two sides of AI: business and law practice.
In Session 1, The Business Side of AI, speakers will include:
- Jared Jaskot, Legal AI and Chatbot Maker, Start Up Founder, Immigration Attorney
- Brian Kuhn, Vice President Technology & Digital Consulting of Elevate
- Emily Foges, Deloitte TBC
In Session 2, Law Practice and AI, Ryan will be speaking alongside:
- Ulrike Till, Director of AI Policy at WIPO: Why AI Raises IP Policy Questions
- Matt Hervey, Gowling WLG's UK Head of Artificial Intelligence: IP Strategy for AI
- Ilda de Sousa, Kingsley Napley LLP: Implications of AI in Immigration
Ryan Phelan is a registered patent attorney who counsels and works with clients in all areas of intellectual property, with a focus on patents. Clients enjoy Ryan’s business-focused approach to IP. With a MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, Ryan works with clients to achieve their business objectives, including developing and protecting their innovations and businesses with IP.
The Center for International Legal Studies (CILS) is a non-profit law research, training, and teaching institute, established and operating as a public interest society under Austrian law. Its international headquarters have been in Salzburg, Austria since 1976. Its essential purpose is to promote and disseminate knowledge among members of the international legal community with 5,000 lawyers worldwide having been recognized for their contributions to CILS projects.