Blueshift IP, a patent law firm specializing in computer technology and software patents, is pleased to announce that co-founder Cynthia Gilbert was a panelist at the recent annual meeting of the Association of Intellectual Property Firms (AIPF). The event focused on the latest trends in artificial intelligence (AI) usage within the field of intellectual property (IP) practice.
Cynthia and her fellow panelists, Terrell Morris, Director of the Office of Information Technology for Patents at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), and Karl Doane, Senior Director of Brand IP at Clarivate, discussed current industry trends, potential challenges, and innovative strategies that professionals in the field can leverage to stay at the forefront of IP management. In particular, Cynthia shared insights into the rapidly evolving landscape of AI within an IP practice.
The AIPF’s annual meeting served as a hub for thought leaders, legal practitioners, and professionals in the IP domain. Attendees had the opportunity to gain valuable insights and engage in networking opportunities.
For the full schedule and event details, please visit the official AIPF Annual Meeting program.
Blueshift IP was proud to contribute to the discussion on AI in an IP practice and enjoyed engaging with fellow professionals at this insightful event.