Ryan Phelan to Present on Intellectual Property Policy Considerations and Strategies on Patenting AI in the U.S. During IPO’s 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting

September 21, 2020

Partner Ryan Phelan will serve as a panelist for Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)’s 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting discussing protecting artificial intelligence (AI).

Monday, September 21, 2020
IP Policy Considerations and Strategies for Protecting AI
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Ryan will be joined by moderator Andrea Evensen, Lead IP Counsel at Siemens Corp. and the following in-house counsel:

  • Adeline-Fleur Fleming, Senior Managing Counsel at Mastercard
  • Jonathan Osha, Global Chair at Osha Liang LLP
  • Scott Pojunas, Head of Patent Engagement Readiness at Google

As AI continues to present new challenges and opportunities in IP, this session will focus on timely topics surrounding AI, including different types of IP protection available, inventorship/authorship issues, and strategies for patenting AI in the U.S.

See IPO’s 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting website to register for this four day virtual experience bringing together IP professionals from law firms, corporations, government, academia, and service providers from around the world.

Within IPO, Ryan serves on the Artificial Intelligence and Other Emerging Technologies Committee. At Marshall Gerstein, Ryan counsels clients to achieve their business objectives, including developing and protecting their innovations and businesses with IP. Access Ryan’s recent thought leadership “Data Privacy Law and Intellectual Property Considerations for Biometric-Based AI Innovations” in Security Magazine and “Private Matter: Data Privacy Law and Intellectual Property Considerations for Biometric Based Artificial Intelligence Innovations” in Intellectual Property Magazine.