The conference

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used in the cultural sector to create works that are likely to be protected by copyright. Come and discover how copyright law is adapting and transforming in the face of the prodigious cultural creations generated by AI.

Renowned experts in the fields of intellectual property law, art law and new technology law will present the legal issues and challenges posed by these new forms of cultural creation, and share with you their vision of the future prospects for copyright in a world of constant technological change.


Yaniv Benhamou, Professor of Digital Law at the University of Geneva, specializing in data protection, intellectual property, and information law.

Nathalie Tissot, Professor of Intellectual Property Law at the Faculty of Law and Vice-Rector of the University of Neuchâtel, specializing in new technology law, technology transfer, and the valorization of intellectual property rights.

Alexandra Bensamoun, Professor of Private Law at the University of Paris-Saclay and Vice-President of the French section of ALAI, specializing in data protection, artificial intelligence, and the protection of cultural creations.

Vincent Salvadé, Professor of intellectual property law at the University of Neuchâtel and Deputy Managing Director of SUISA, specializing in copyright.

Target audience

Attorneys, lawyers, students, researchers, artists and new technology enthusiasts.

Location and date

Law Faculty Aula (room C 46)
University of Neuchâtel
Av. du 1er-Mars 26
2000 Neuchâtel

Wednesday, 11 octobre 2023 from 18:00 to 19:00


Registration is free, more details [here].
The conference can be attended on-site or remotely.
The conference will be followed by an aperitif.

*This conference will be held in French*

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