DIA – Design Days Melbourne: Roundtable, Exploring the Intersection of Design and Copyright Law with Generative AI: Navigating Content Custody, Ownership, and Attribution
The roundtable discussion will focus on the intersection of Australian Design and Copyright Law with AI and its implications for content custody, ownership, and attribution. Attendees can expect a thought-provoking and engaging conversation about the challenges and opportunities that arise when AI technology is used in the creation and distribution of content. Participants will share how AI is transforming the design industry, and how it is changing the way we create, collaborate and innovate.
Attendees will also be able to ask questions and participate in the discussion, making this a valuable event for anyone interested in the intersection of law and technology. Light refreshments will be served.
Agneszkia Pilat Via Video Link from New York
James Samargis IP Lawyer
Dr. Paul Gardner, Director, Domestic Policy & Legislation IP Australia
Ryan Webb, Director of Copyright Reform and Policy at the Attorney – General’s Department
Ricardo Orts, founder Ulises studio Via Video Link from Berlin
Daniel Dalla Riva, Latitude
This event is part of Melbourne Design Week 2023, an initiative of the Victorian Government in collaboration with the NGV.
As part of the DIA’s Accredited Designer program, we offer Continuing Professional Development (CPD) through our learning resources. CPD is most effective if undertaken continuously to ensure a currency of skills and knowledge. Attendance at this event is worth 2CPD points.