ITPI, in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice – Office of Legal Counsel and Legislative Affairs, has recently issued a call for policy papers for Law students in Israeli universities and academic colleges.
The selected research question is: Should Artificial Intelligence (AI) be recognized as an inventor or patent holder?
For the call for papers in (Hebrew) click here.
A seminar, as part of the Law & Technology policy paper competition held on May 9th co hosted by Israel Tech Policy Institute and the Ministry of Justice held on May 9th. For the Hebrew summary of the day click here.
ITPI finalized a successful series of webinars focused on relevant issues arising from Israel’s Government decision to legislate amendments to the Privacy Protection Law.
For the full recordings of the webinars – here.
For summaries and insights in Hebrew from the webinars on:
The Israel Tech Policy Institute (ITPI) is a policy think-tank and research institute founded in Tel-Aviv in 2018. Unique in the Israeli tech policy landscape, the ITPI provides a platform for research and policy discourse across a range of stakeholders, including industry, academia, government and civil society.
ITPI aims to support technological innovation while protecting individual rights and public interests and respecting social norms. We seek to create an open channel for policy debates about ethical, regulatory, and societal implications of emerging, cutting-edge technologies, thereby impacting policy-shaping and ethical design and implementation of new technologies.