Come and join us for a live webinar to learn about modern software patenting. The webinar will be held by our European Patent Attorney Tomi Konkonen on 27 October 2020 at 10 am EEST. The webinar is free of charge.
In this IP webinar you will hear specifics about patenting in the field of modern software. You will learn about what to consider when patenting modern software and how to patent artificial intelligence (AI) related software. After the presentation a discussion will follow between Tomi Konkonen and Vesa Robertsson, who will challenge the topic by discussing the fast-evolving field of software development and the challenges it sets for patenting.
- Companies operating in the field of modern software, artificial intelligence and other software technologies
- Companies in which AI innovations and rapidly evolving software business will play a role and perhaps also cause confusion
- Patent attorneys and other experts in the IP field
You’ll find out about
- Modern software patenting landscape
- What to take into account when considering rapidly evolving software business and patenting innovations where for example AI is involved
- Evolution of software innovations
- Fast-evolving field of software development & patenting challenges
Tomi Konkonen works as Team Leader for Papula-Nevinpat´s ICT and Electrical Engineering Team and he is a European Patent Attorney. He is also a partner in the company.
Tomi began working in IPR more than 15 years ago. His career started at the National Boards of Patents and Registrations of Finland. He then moved to a post as a patent engineer with Nokia IPR.
In 2002, Tomi moved to work in a private practice. He continued studying and, after spending some time at the European Patent Office in Munich, qualified as a European patent attorney in 2006. In addition to the time spent in Munich, Tomi also completed the Certificate on Patent Litigation in Europe at the Université Strasbourg III for the right to represent a client at the Unified Patent Court. In 2010, Tomi moved to an international patent attorney company and returned back to Finland in 2014.