Come and join Jude Umeh CITP FBCS to discuss what the new wave of technology could mean for human creativity, AI and intellectual property.
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Generative AI represents a sea change in how we perceive creativity and ownership.
This new breed of AI technology has taken the world by storm with the ability to generate highly realistic content including: text, art, code, music, poetry, videos and games.
Although still early days, this technology promises a double-edged sword of improved productivity and efficiency alongside a spectre of disintermediation and role rationalisation across the board.
Naturally, this raises a host of questions e.g.:
- What makes generative AI applications so compelling?
- Is it the seemingly miraculous leap in capability, application and user experience?
- Could it be something to do with the timing, post-pandemic, or the tantalising promise of even greater things to come?
- And what has all this got to do with Intellectual Property (IP)?
- Is this finally the right time to update and upgrade that most artificial of property rights into something more fitting for the 21st century?
Come and join Jude Umeh CITP FBCS at our BCS London event to discuss what the new wave of technology could mean for human creativity, AI and intellectual property.
About the speakers
Jude Umeh CITP FBCS
Architect Lead at Salesforce Jude leads a team of certified architects and technical consultants in the Media, Hi-Tech & Comms Industry Pillar in the UK&I Customer Success Group (SCG) in Salesforce. He also co-leads a team of maverick explorers, pioneers and intrapreneurs in Generative AI and EinsteinGPT.
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