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Responsible AI Adoption

June 11 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

AI’s ever-growing utility is revolutionising industries, with businesses moving rapidly to adopt AI into their operations to improve processes, increase efficiency, and maintain a competitive edge.

Register to join here: https://events.humanitix.com/responsible-ai-adoption-42001-an-ai-odyssey

But who owns the AI data you are producing, what IP implications do you need to consider, and what regulations do you need to comply with?

To address the unique challenges of AI adoption, Australia has adopted the international standard for AI management, AS ISO/IEC 42001. The first of its kind globally, this standard aims to support businesses in leveraging the benefits of AI whilst maintaining responsible operations.

The Queensland XR Hub welcomes Mark Metzeling, Principal Lawyer at Macpherson Kelley, in this insightful workshop that will:

  • Enable you to decide if you should use AI in your business;
  • Learn how to correctly implement AI into your business; and
  • Make you aware of the regulations and future compliance requirements relating to the use of AI in your business.

Register to join here: https://events.humanitix.com/responsible-ai-adoption-42001-an-ai-odyssey

About Mark Metzeling: 

Mark’s career began with an Applied Science Biochemistry degree before his move into intellectual property law. His scientific background honed his attention to detail and curiosity that now helps him achieve great results for his clients. It also enables him to understand, communicate and innovate with clients in the information, communications and technology, manufacturing, life sciences, pharmaceutical and medical industries. Recognised as a leading lawyer in the Australian intellectual property and trade mark landscape, Mark’s clients vary from start-ups to national subsidiaries of global corporations.

Mark advises on the searching, availability and registrability of new trade marks and designs. He is dedicated to securing the registration of Australian, New Zealand and international trade mark and designs applications and has significant experience in commercialising, policing and enforcing all intellectual property rights, both nationally and internationally. Mark has a Masters of Intellectual Property Law and is registered as a trade marks attorney in Australia and New Zealand.


June 11
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm