3rd WIPO Conversation on Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property


4 November 2020



IFLA will be represented by Stephen Wyber, Manager, Policy and Advocacy


The third in a series of conversations about the interaction between artificial intelligence (AI) and intellectual property (IP) will focus on questions around definitions, capacity building, and use of AI in IP administration. 

Building on the issues paper prepared by the World Intellectual Property Organization, this will be an opportunity to hear from governments, experts and stakeholders, with IFLA speaking in favour of libraries.

IFLA's intervention will focus on the limitations of AI in copyright enforcement, given its inability to identify when limitations and exceptions may be in play. 

Find out more about WIPO's work and register for the meeting (or watch it live) on the WIPO website. Read IFLA's own Statement on Libraries and Artificial Intelligence.

Read IFLA's intervention at the meeting.

Conference, CLM (Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters), Copyright, Copyright exceptions and limitations, Artificial intelligence

Last update: 4 November 2020