The AI Strategy Summit: IP, Data and Compliance – Palo Alto

May 22, 2024
Palo Alto

Tackle the intricate dynamics of artificial intelligence (AI) in its intersection with intellectual property (IP) at The AI Strategy Summit: IP, Data-Privacy & Compliance in Palo Alto.

Designed for legal professionals, IP specialists, data privacy experts, compliance officers, and business leaders, this premier event offers practical solutions on how to leverage AI to drive innovation and productivity while ensuring compliance with regulations.

Participants will benefit from an in-depth exploration of the multidisciplinary approach required to navigate the complexities of AI, including the management of IP, the safeguarding of data privacy, adherence to compliance standards, and the protection of trade secrets.

With a carefully curated agenda, this summit facilitates learning, networking, and the exchange of ideas among leaders and innovators from various industries. Attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of how to effectively integrate AI strategies within their operations, achieve competitive advantage, and maintain regulatory compliance.

+ CLE Approved 4.5 HRS CA State

Key Topics
  • Developing a Comprehensive Corporate AI Policy: Legal, Ethical, and Compliance Considerations
  • Navigating Intellectual Property Challenges in AI-Driven Innovations
  • Comprehensive Strategies for Detecting and Mitigating Bias and Hallucinations in AI
  • The Future of Data Privacy in an AI-Driven World: Emerging Trends and Predictions
  • The Future of AI in Patent Strategy and Management
  • AI & Patent Prosecution: Tools, Innovations and Emerging Trends
  • Copyright in the Age of AI: Navigating New Frontiers

 

Attendees
  • Chief IP Counsel
  • Chief Information Security Officer
  • Chief Legal / Privacy / Data Protection Officer
  • VP & Director of IP Strategy
  • Chief, Deputy, Associate and/or Assistant General Counsel
  • General Counsel
  • Privacy / Trademark / Copyright / Patent Counsel
  • Head of Litigation
  • Director of Business and Legal Affairs
  • Director / VP of Intellectual Property / Licensing
  • Privacy Compliance Manager
  • Information Security Manager
  • Cybersecurity Analyst
  • Corporate Counsel

Agenda

7:50 am
Registration Opens + Breakfast Begins
8:45 am
Opening Comments
Steven Camac
Founder and President
Centerforce Conferences
8:50 am
Developing a Comprehensive Corporate AI Policy: Legal, Ethical, and Compliance Considerations

Examining foundational aspects of creating a corporate AI policy, this panel emphasizes legal compliance, ethical considerations, and the integration of AI into existing corporate governance structures. It discusses balancing innovation with risk management, protecting intellectual property, and ensuring data privacy and security.

This panel will cover:

  • Crafting AI Policies: Balancing Innovation, IP Protection, and Compliance
  • Incorporating Ethical AI Principles into Corporate Policies
  • Navigating Data Privacy Laws in AI Deployments
Jialing Dailey
Director IP
Atlassian
Theodore McCullough
Director, Legal
Adobe
Priya Mannan
Head Legal US
Novartis
Marcela Robledo
Partner
Cleary Gottlieb
Scout Moran
Senior Counsel, Product and Privacy
Grammarly
9:35 am
Navigating Intellectual Property Challenges in AI-Driven Innovations

How can we explore the intricacies and challenges surrounding intellectual property rights when AI is involved in the innovation process? Panelists determine inventorship and ownership of AI-generated inventions, patentability of AI-created works, and the implications of current patent law on AI-driven R&D.

This panel will discuss:

  • AI as Inventor: Legal Implications and Future Directions
  • Ownership and Licensing Strategies for AI-Generated IP
  • Harmonizing Global IP Laws for AI Innovations
Alexis Simpson
Senior Counsel II, Patent Strategy & Analytics
Gilead Sciences
Thomas Mathew
Senior Patent Counsel
Align Technology
Marina Portnova
Partner
Lowenstein Sandler
Tao Zhang
Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, IP & Product
Juniper Networks
Lestin L. Kenton, Jr.
Director, Electronics Practice
Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox
10:25 am
Comprehensive Strategies for Detecting and Mitigating Bias and Hallucinations in AI

In the field of artificial intelligence (AI), a hallucination or artificial hallucination (also called confabulation or delusion) is a response generated by an AI which contains false or misleading information. This panel reviews integrated approaches to identify and address both bias and hallucinations in AI systems. It explores the overlapping challenges in detecting these issues and the shared strategies that can be employed to mitigate them effectively.

This panel will discuss:

  • Unified Testing Frameworks for Bias and Hallucinations in AI
  • Balancing AI Accuracy with Fairness: Tools and Techniques
  • Real-World Case Studies: Overcoming Bias and Hallucinations in AI Deployments
Peter Jovanovic
Legal Director, IP
Dell
Hongming Liu
Senior IP Counsel
Tencent America
Becky Unruh
Deputy General Counsel, IP
Eagleview
11:05 am
Networking Break
11:45 am
Presentation: Using AI in Legal Practice: Detecting and Mitigating AI Bias and Hallucinations

This presentation will explore how to detect and mitigate AI bias and hallucinations with real-world examples of problems with AI inaccuracies and some solutions to them. Other critical issues covered with using ChatGPT models in legal practice and suggested solutions as well as issues with AI-based racial and gender bias, deepfakes, and cybercrime and will suggest solutions.

Gosia will provide examples of problems and potential solutions for:

  • Inaccuracies of Generative AI
  • Using ChatGPT Models in Legal Practice
  • AI Hallucinations
  • AI-Based Racial and Gender Bias
  • Deepfakes
  • AI-Based Cybercrime
Malgorzata (Gosia) Kulczycka Ph.D., J.D.
Partner
Patterson + Sheridan, LLP
12:20 pm
The Future of Data Privacy in an AI-Driven World: Emerging Trends and Predictions

As AI technology continues to advance, we must consider future trends in data privacy. Panelists cover emerging technologies, potential changes in data privacy laws, and how companies can prepare for these future developments.

This panel will discuss:

  • Predicting the Evolution of Data Privacy Regulations in the AI Era
  • Emerging AI Technologies and Their Impact on Data Privacy
  • Proactive Strategies for Future-Proofing Data Privacy in AI Applications
Jasbir Khalsa
Senior Corporate Counsel
Microsoft
Cathy Lee
Director, Associate GC
Stability AI
Neha Sareen
Director, Legal (Commercial & Privacy)
Lumentum
1:00 pm
The Future of AI in Patent Strategy and Management

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is reshaping patent strategy and management within organizations. Join our panelists as we cover AI’s role in streamlining patent searches, predicting patent trends, enhancing competitive intelligence, and automating aspects of patent portfolio management.

This panel will discuss:

  • Leveraging AI for Efficient Patent Portfolio Management
  • Data Analytics for IP Strategy and Portfolio Management
Lopa Sengupta
Head of Patents
Zoom Video Communications
Tim Hott
Director, IP
Guardant Health
Tarek Sultani
General Counsel
JLL Technologies
Qian Huang
Partner
Venable LLP
Blair M. Hoyt
Principal
Harness IP
Daniel Richards
Counsel
Ropes & Gray LLP
1:50 pm
Lunch & Networking Break
2:35 pm
Presentation: Developing a Strategy to Operationalize AI Regulations into Products and Features

Legal advice is often the first step in a product’s compliance journey. This presentation will highlight the multidimensional aspects of translating legal advice into product compliance. We will walk through the life cycle of how AI or any types of regulations go from legal analysis to integration into products and features until compliance is achieved. This will include the role that processes, policies, and people play in this life cycle.

This presentation will discuss:

  •  The life cycle of how regulation becomes integrated into products and features
  • The various aspects, including people and teams, necessary to translate legal advice into products
  • Strategies to help organizations operationalize AI Legislation more effectively and efficiently
Hemanshu (Hemu) Nigam
Partner
Venable LLP
Simrin Hooper
Senior Director of Privacy Services
Venable LLP
3:20 pm
AI & Patent Prosecution: Tools, Innovations and Emerging Trends

Looking towards the future, this panel analyzes the latest innovations in AI that are set to impact patent prosecution. Covering emerging trends, panelists explores the evolution of AI technologies in the field, and how patent professionals can adapt to and leverage these advancements.

This panel will discuss:

  • Emerging AI Technologies Reshaping Patent Prosecution
  • Predictive Analytics in Anticipating Patent Office Actions
  • Preparing for the Future: Skills and Knowledge for the Next Generation of Patent Professionals
Chen Gu
Senior Legal Counsel IP
Innovusion, Inc.
Ahsan Shaikh
Partner
McDermott Will & Emery
Ryan N. Phelan
Partner
Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP
Milan Kapadia
Senior IP Counsel
Palo Alto Networks
Siddhi Shah
Senior Patent Counsel
Micron Technology
4:05 pm
Networking Break
4:15 pm
Roundtables

Rotating, 20-minute discussions hosted by a topic expert.

Roundtable 1: Diving Deep from AI Regulations to Product Integration
Hemanshu (Hemu) Nigam, Partner, Venable LLP
Simrin Hooper, Senior Director of Privacy Services, Venable LLP

Roundtable 2: How to Determine if an AI Related Invention Merits Patent Protection
Qian Huang, PhD, Partner, Venable LLP

Roundtable 3: The Future of Patent Prosecution: AI Innovations and Emerging Trends
Andrew Waxman, Principal, Harness IP
John White, Special Counsel, Harness IP

Hemanshu (Hemu) Nigam
Partner
Venable LLP
Simrin Hooper
Senior Director of Privacy Services
Venable LLP
Qian Huang
Partner
Venable LLP
Andrew Waxman
Principal
Harness IP
John White
Special Counsel
Harness IP
5:15 pm
Closing Comments + Networking Cocktail Hour

Speakers

Jialing Dailey
Director IP
Atlassian
Theodore McCullough
Director, Legal
Adobe
Priya Mannan
Head Legal US
Novartis
Peter Jovanovic
Legal Director, IP
Dell
Hongming Liu
Senior IP Counsel
Tencent America
Jasbir Khalsa
Senior Corporate Counsel
Microsoft
Lopa Sengupta
Head of Patents
Zoom Video Communications
Tim Hott
Director, IP
Guardant Health
Siddhi Shah
Senior Patent Counsel
Micron Technology
Milan Kapadia
Senior IP Counsel
Palo Alto Networks
Scout Moran
Senior Counsel, Product and Privacy
Grammarly
Alexis Simpson
Senior Counsel II, Patent Strategy & Analytics
Gilead Sciences
Chen Gu
Senior Legal Counsel IP
Innovusion, Inc.
Becky Unruh
Deputy General Counsel, IP
Eagleview
Cathy Lee
Director, Associate GC
Stability AI
Neha Sareen
Director, Legal (Commercial & Privacy)
Lumentum
Marina Portnova
Partner
Lowenstein Sandler
Ahsan Shaikh
Partner
McDermott Will & Emery
Steven Camac
Founder and President
Centerforce Conferences
Thomas Mathew
Senior Patent Counsel
Align Technology
Malgorzata (Gosia) Kulczycka Ph.D., J.D.
Partner
Patterson + Sheridan, LLP
Tao Zhang
Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, IP & Product
Juniper Networks
Hemanshu (Hemu) Nigam
Partner
Venable LLP
Simrin Hooper
Senior Director of Privacy Services
Venable LLP
Tarek Sultani
General Counsel
JLL Technologies
Ryan N. Phelan
Partner
Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP
Qian Huang
Partner
Venable LLP
Lestin L. Kenton, Jr.
Director, Electronics Practice
Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox
Blair M. Hoyt
Principal
Harness IP
Marcela Robledo
Partner
Cleary Gottlieb
Daniel Richards
Counsel
Ropes & Gray LLP
Andrew Waxman
Principal
Harness IP
John White
Special Counsel
Harness IP

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Venue

Sheraton Palo Alto
625 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA 94301
May 22, 2024

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