The Center For The Protection of Intellectual Property (“CPIP”) has announced the agenda for their Sixth Annual Fall Conference. The CPIP has carved itself a niche among the academic community by focusing on practical intersections of IP law, policy, and commerce. This year, the conference will focus on how to foster and support the next generation of technological advances. Whether it’s IoT, Big Data, 3d printing, streaming media, or the new business models arising from these advances, CPIP will offer up a series of panels and speakers to address these changes.
Thursday, October 11th, will feature two panels on the interplay of standards in new technology and business models, as well as shifting business models in creative industries. Friday will feature four panels, including a discussion of new and shifting business models in innovation industries with Dominion Harbor‘s VP of Licensing, Jake Mace. Three other panels include perspectives on Big Data, the future of standards setting, and a discussion of the “ancient history” of IP from the 1990’s. Meanwhile, Qualcomm founder and inventor, Dr. Irwin M. Jacobs, will give the keynote address.
Visit the conference website for more information.