Rubén Cano practices as an Associate at Baker McKenzie in the area of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and Communications. Mr. Cano focuses on the enforcement and protection of intellectual property, including brand protection, patent, copyright and trade secrets related matters. In addition, he also advises on new technology related issues, such as, privacy and image rights, electronic communications, connectivity and access, advertising, online platforms and information security. He holds an LL.M. in Intellectual Property (University of Alicante) and an LL.M. in law of Internet Technology (Bocconi University), usually writes academic and business oriented articles for law journals and magazines, and participates with different universities and other organizations in technology legal and Intellectual Property related projects.
Many arguments that surround the regulation of AI discuss how this will stifle technology and innovation. What is the regulations centred more around the usage of AI than of the technological advancement? This panel will explore this question and discuss whether there is a possible balance or that it will be the technology that needs to be regulated more?
Host: Noel Isama J.D., Senior Consultant, MBL Technologies
Tina Verma, Head of Corporate Risk, Audit & Governance, Canon
Rubén Cano Pérez, Intellectual Property - Information Technology & Communications Associate, Baker McKenzie