Intellectual Property Day celebrated at law varsity : The Tribune India

Join Whatsapp Channel

Intellectual Property Day celebrated at law varsity

Intellectual Property Day celebrated at law varsity

Participants of the panel discussion at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law in Patiala. Tribune Photo: Rajesh Sachar



Tribune News Service

Patiala, April 27

The Centre for Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights (CIIPR), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, celebrated the World Intellectual Property Day by organising an interactive panel discussion on ‘Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Law: Legal and Ethical Considerations’ on Wednesday.

University acting Vice-Chancellor Professor Anand Pawar, Dean Academics Professor Naresh Kumar Vats and others were the panellists for the event.

The participants acknowledged the dynamic nature of intellectual property rights as a field and their interconnection with artificial intelligence (AI).

Pranit Biswas discussed the implications of ChatGPT, an AI speech model, and its moral and ethical considerations. He also discussed if AI could supplement human work and creativity.

The panellists also discussed the risks pertaining to copyright infringement and issues, including plagiarism, incorrect citations in academic domains and others.

Students discussed crypto-currency, AI intervention and implications of granting intellectual property rights to AI tools.

About The Author

The Tribune News Service brings you the latest news, analysis and insights from the region, India and around the world. Follow the Tribune News Service for a wide-ranging coverage of events as they unfold, with perspective and clarity.


Top News

Lok Sabha election kicks off on Friday, voting for 102 seats in 1st of the 7 phases

Lok Sabha election kicks off on Friday, voting for 102 seats in 1st of the 7 phases

While NDA under PM Modi is seeking stronger majority, opposi...

Kerala woman cadet, part of 17-member Indian crew, on board ship seized by Iran returns home

Kerala woman cadet, part of 17-member Indian crew, on board ship seized by Iran returns home

India's mission in Tehran is in touch with 16 other crew mem...

Nestle adds sugar to baby food sold in India but not in Europe

Nestle adds sugar to baby food sold in India but not in Europe: Study

Such products are sugar-free in the United Kingdom, Germany,...

Kejriwal eating food high in sugar despite Type 2 diabetes to make grounds for bail, ED tells court

Kejriwal eating food high in sugar despite Type 2 diabetes to make grounds for bail, ED tells court

Kejriwal has moved the court seeking permission to consult h...


Cities

View All