Session 3B (1:30-3:05pm)

Fairness, Morality and Ordre Public: What Does it Mean for Groundbreaking Technologies?

Chair: Jens Schovsbo, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (ATRIP President-elect)
Location: Maxen

Use and Abuse of Databases Rights in the Data Era: Looking for a Consistent Approach (presentation)
Valeria Falce & Valerio Torti, Università Europea di Roma, Italy

Inventions Generated by Artificial Intelligence: Patent Protection & Moral Connotations
Luz Sánchez, UCAM University, Spain

The ‘Notion of Fairness’ in Intellectual Property Law and the Digitization of Data
Helen Yu, Sciences Po Paris, France

The Future of Blockchain Technology and Collective Management Organizations: Copyright Enforcement Solved?
Dinusha Mendis, Bournemouth University, UK

Fake News as an IP Problem
Dana Beldiman, Bucerius Law School, Germany and UC Hastings Law School, USA & Arpan Banerjee, Jindal Global Law School, India and University of New South Wales, Australia

Dynamic Patent Economic Value beyond Challenging of Emerging Technologies: 3D Printing
Chung-Lun Shen, National Chengchi University, Taiwan