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culture, identities, freedoms

and artificial Intelligence

5/6 April 2018

ironmongers' hall

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programme day 1

dreams, principles and regulation of a.i.

Chair: Lord Timothy Clement-Jones, CBE

  • Dr Kim Voll, Senior Technical Designer, Riot Games, Thinking machines today: the limits, possibilities, & dreams of A.I.

  • Michael Philips, Associate General Counsel, Microsoft, Principles, Policies and Laws for a Responsible A.I.

  • Professor Chris Reed, Chair of Electronic Commerce Law, CCLS, A.I. in Gaming - Should we require transparency to achieve safety?

creativity and inventiveness in the age of a.i.

Chair: Gwilym Roberts, Partner, Kilburn & Strode

  • Arty Rajendra, Partner, Osborne Clarke, A.I. and Patents

  • Cam Gatta, Attorney, Trademarks, Corporate, External, and Legal Affairs, Microsoft, Fulfilling the Promise of A.I.: between Opportunities and I.P. Challenges

​culture, society and a.i.

Chair: Dimiter Gantchev, Deputy Director of the Creative Industries Division in the World Intellectual Property Organization

  • Professor Jon Festinger QC, Centre for Digital media, Allard School of Law UBC, Honorary Industry Professor, CCLS, Life as a Game: Legal Consequences of A.I. Individuated Media

  • Vladislav Arkhipov, Of Counsel, Dentons, and Associate Professor at St. Petersburg State University, Robots, A.I. and Virtual Reality: Shaping the Legal landscape of the Future

  • Marianna Drake, Policy and Public Affairs, UKIE

panel - identities (a.i. privacy and data protection)

Chair: Konstantin Ewald, Partner, Osborne Clarke

  • Paulina Smykouskaya, Data Protection Officer, Avito

  • Daria Firsava, Intellectual Property Counsel, Wargaming Group Limited

  • Rafal Kłoczko, Chief Counsel, CD Project red

  • Willy Duhen, International legal and privacy, Activision Blizzard

the culture and business of esports and streaming

Chair: Professor Jon Festinger QC

  • Andrea Dufaure, Associate, Allen & Overy, E-sports: A Report from Paris

  • Mia Consalvo, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Game Studies & Design, Concordia University, The Business and Culture of Live Streaming on Twitch: Evolving Paradigms

  • Scott M. Kelly, Partner, Banner & Witcoff, The Key to Key Presses: eSports Game Input Streaming and Copyright Protection

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