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Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: A Virtual Experience

WIPO: AI and IP, A Virtual Experience

The immersive online exhibition, "WIPO: AI and IP, A Virtual Experience" seeks to foster a wider understanding of the relationship between IP Policy and AI and the questions raised for policymakers.

The exhibition focuses on examples of the use of AI in art, music, technology and entertainment, and asks a number of questions to allow the visitor to relate to underlying issues for the existing IP systems.

Extended to March 18, 2021

Visit the Exhibition

Due to the rich media content included in the virtual exhibition, it is best viewed via a high-bandwidth connection.

Special events

A series of special events will explore some IP policy and AI issues in greater detail and provide a live interaction with some of the exhibits.

Contact us to be informed about upcoming events.

Competition: How does AI work?

“How does AI work?” was a unique and open competition for companies, data scientists, developers, academics and individuals.

Participants have been asked to send short videos explaining AI in a fun, engaging and easily accessible way. The WIPO Secretariat thanks all those who submitted their works for their time and effort.  

Here are the two winners

Video: Sarah Alhamdani, Alfaisal University, Saudi Arabia
Video: Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology (CIPIT), Kenya


WIPO would like to acknowledge and thank the many partners who contributed their time and materials to the exhibition. Find out more about the partners PDF, General Rules of Procedure of WIPO.