About the event

Intellectual property law stands to be significantly disrupted by the rapid advancement of AI and automation. Questions arise such as can an AI system be an inventor of a patent? Who owns copyright in the output of generative AI? Should prompt engineers be given any particular legal rights in their work? On the other hand, there remains legal risk for AI systems infringing someone else’s IP, particularly in the space of machine learning or is all this just too much, too fast, for the IP system to keep apace? Presented by David Wilson, this is a fascinating seminar not to miss

Author Profiles

David Wilson

Principal, Stratocumulus Legal

Author Profiles

David Wilson

Course Details

Date & Time:

Tuesday, 24 October 2023

1.00pm – 2.00pm


Venue 1:

The Law Society of Western Australia

Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace



Venue 2:

At Your Desk

Delivered Live Online


CPD Points:

1 Point Competency 4: Substantive Law



CPD Freedom: $0

Member: $125

Non-Member: $200



  1. This seminar is subject to change.
  2. The Legal Practice Board of Western Australia states that CPD Points are awarded for a full hour and/ or half hour of attendance. Lesser periods are rounded down to the nearest half hour. 
  3. A practitioner cannot claim CPD points for attending a seminar that has the same content during the same CPD year. The content must extend the practitioner’s knowledge and skills in areas that are relevant to the solicitor’s practice needs or professional development.

Date & Time:

Tue, 24 October 2023 1.00pm - 2.00pm


Level 5/160 St Georges Terrace Perth wa

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CPD Points:

none Points Professional Management

none Points Professional Responsibility

1 Points Skills

none Points Ethics







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