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14 June 2024: Harmonizing Intellectual Property Law for a Trans-Atlantic Knowledge Economy online workshop

On 14 June 2024, Peter Mezei, Hannibal Travis, Anett Pogácsás will organize a short online workshop to celebrate the release of their book, “Harmonizing Intellectual Property Law for a Trans-Atlantic Knowledge Economy”. This workshop will consist of presentations of chapters from the volume. Click here to find more information and to attend.

12 – 13 September 2024: “Digital Knowledge – The Library and Copyright in a Global Digital Economy” conference

On 12 and 13 September 2024, the National Library of Sweden in collaboration with the national IPO Swedish Intellectual Property Office (“PRV”) and the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law at the Law Faculty at Stockholm University will hold a conference on, “Digital Knowledge – The Library and Copyright in a Global Digital Economy”, in Stockholm. The conference will examine the role of materials protected by copyright in AI training, machine learning and text and data mining, and the law and economics of regulating AI. Click here to know more.

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