Birgit Clark


The Legal Services Board (LSB) has released a report that considers how AI could better support, enable and potentially replace human judgement throughout a trademark’s lifecycle. Birgit Clark is the Lead Knowledge Lawyer for our global IP and technology practice group. On behalf of CITMA, Birgit joined ten leading names in legal technology and regulation to debate, discuss and dissect perspectives on law tech, Click here to read more.

On December 17, 2019, The Australian Human Rights Commission unveiled a Discussion Paper on Human Rights and Technology, which includes draft proposals to prevent discrimination driven by artificial intelligence (AI) and intrusive facial recognition. This follows the recent rejection of the Australian Government’s proposed facial recognition legislation by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) due to privacy concerns. The discussion paper proposes a National Strategy on New and Emerging Technologies for Australia to help…