Join us on March 21, 2019 for Part II of IP Osgoode's Bracing for Impact: The AI Challenge conference series. This year's full day conference will explore Canada’s data policy and governance strategies, with a focus on intellectual property and ownership implications, as well as an examination of big data in the healthcare industry and Smart Cities.
The conference brings together legal scholars, AI experts, government policymakers and industry leaders from Canada and around the world, and promises to be an insightful, collaborative and enriching affair.
- Kang Lee, Professor, and Tier 1 CRC Chair in developmental neuroscience at the University of Toronto
- Dave Green, Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft
- Catherine Lacavera, Director of IP, Litigation & Employment, Google Inc.
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The conference will be held at the Toronto Reference Library (789 Yonge Street) in downtown Toronto. The Toronto Reference Library with its beautiful curving atrium is the biggest public reference library in Canada.
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Last year, IP Osgoode along with our collaborators launched our Bracing for Impact: The AI Challenge conference series with a round table and conference focused on some of the legal and ethical issues related to AI, to watch the proceedings of last year's conference, click here.
ACCREDITATION - Law Society of Ontario (CPD)
8.0 substantive hours of continuing professional development can be applied for this conference.