Intellectual Property Awareness Summit to address issue at March 28 Chicago-area event

Now that artificial intelligence is a very real phenomenon in today’s world, inventors and innovators need to know how it all fits together.

The seventh annual Intellectual Property Awareness Summit will address this with “AI + IP = ?” — the main theme at the March 28 event in the greater Chicago area. The conference will be hosted by the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding and Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering and Kellogg School of Management.

The conference will examine artificial intelligence’s impact on creation, creators, innovation, content, IP rights and competition. ​IPAS 2024 will provide those who attend an excellent opportunity for discussion and networking in a conducive setting.

​ Sample topics include:

  • Accelerate, regulate or leave it alone – Responding to the AI challenge
  • IP rights and AI bots – Turning adversaries into partners 
  • Back to basics: Identifying and nurturing good AI-IP behavior
  • Fostering diversity and entrepreneurship through IP and AI

Inventors Digest subscribers wanting to attend can receive an early-bird discount through March 15. For more information, and to register, see