05 Jun
09:45 - 14:30
IP and Generative AI

10th International IP Congress

Each year, speakers from Queen Mary University of London, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and Maastricht University provide a compact and insightful update  on the most recent legal developments in the main areas of intellectual property law in Europe. This year, the focus will be on on IP and Generative AI.


9.45 – 10.00

Opening session
Anselm Kamperman Sanders
(Professor of Intellectual Property Law, UM)

Noam Shemtov
(Professor of Intellectual Property and Technology Law, QMUL)

10.00 – 11.00

Panel I Copyright and (Generative) AI
Introduction and training generative AI
by Noam Shemtov (QMUL)

Deepfakes, Copyright and Personality Rights an 
Inter-Disciplinary Perspective
by Kalpana Tyagi (Assistant Professor of Intellectual 
Property and Competition Law, UM)

11.00 – 12.00

Panel II Patents and (Generative) AI
With Anselm Kamperman Sanders (UM) and Christopher Heath (UM)

  • Patentability & enabling disclosure
  • Scope of rights & infringement
  • Private international law
12.00 – 13.00Lunch
13.00 – 14.30

Panel III Trade marks/Miscellaneous and (Generative) AI
Trade marks and Generative AI
by Jasem Tarawneh (Senior Lecturer in Commercial and 
Intellectual Property Law, QMUL)

Fake aboriginal art and AI
by Graham Dutfield (Professor of International Governance,
 School of Law, Leeds)

Authorial agency in the Age of AI: workers’ rights and
 unionised contracts
by Uma Suthersanen (Professor of Global Intellectual 
Property Law, Queen Mary IP Research Institute, QMUL)