The event will bring together legal experts and open source professionals within organizations (OSPOers) to set a common ground and secure space where both parties can engage in legal discussions around Al licenses and compliance and its implications in open source communities
Please note the following schedule is subject to change
[9:00 - 9:15] Registration
[9:15 - 9:30] Welcome
Presenter: Ana Jiménez Santamaría (TODO Group, Linux Foundation)
[9:30- 10:30] The Role of open source and Cloud Native in Generative AI
Panelists: Arun Gupta (Intel), Annie Talvasto (VSHN), Stephen Augustus (Cisco), José Rodriguez Roa (Cuemby) and Taylor Dolezal (CNCF)
The rapid advancement of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI) has revolutionized various technology sectors, facilitating unprecedented levels of automation and data analysis. With these powerful systems becoming increasingly necessary to our technological landscape, it is important to examine their development and deployment. This panel explores the interdependent relationship between GenAI, cloud native, and open source ecosystems. Join us to hear about:
- How open source fuels advancements in GenAI.
- The significance of cloud native architectures in GenAI scalability and performance.
- Ethical considerations of combining open source and GenAI technologies.
- A closer look at real-world use cases in the enterprise.
- Future trends and challenges with GenAI.
[10:35 - 11:30] Patent Troll Activity in Cloud Native and Risk Mitigation Strategies
Presenters: Keith Bergelt (Open Invention Network) and Kevin Jakel (Unified Patents)
Join us to hear about:
- Recent activity by non-practicing entities targeting cloud native open source.
- Patent risk mitigation strategies that individual companies and we as a community can pursue.
__10 mins break__
[11:40 - 12:55] Best Practices for Building a Generative AI Compliance Program in your organization
Panelists: Joanna Lee (Linux Foundation), Van Lindberg (OSPOCo) and Shane Coughlan (OpenChain).
Join us to hear about:
- Copyright, privacy, trade secret, and other risks and challenges associated with using Generative AI in software development
- Building an internal compliance program for managing intellectual property and other legal risks associated with use of Generative AI within your company.
- Best practices for using AI tools for open source development
[13:00 - 13:30] Recent advancements in EU policies and their impact on open source software
Presenter: Mirko Boehm ( Linux Foundation Europe)
[13:30 - 14:15] Lunch
Roundtable Breakout Sessions - Unconference Style
[14:15 - 15:00] Roundtable (multiple parallel sessions)
[15:00 - 16:00] Coffee Social
- Location: Marriot Marquis Chicago (2121 S Prairie Ave, Chicago, IL 60616=
- Room: Grand Ballroom E on level 4
- Registration Hours: Starting on Monday, November 6, from 9:00 to 9:15 AM Central Daylight Time (CDT)
Directional signage is available onsite at the hotel to help you find your way to our registration desk
JOIN THE LIVE STREAM
For those who have chosen virtual registration, you should have received an email on Saturday, November 4th, containing the link to join and engage in the panel sessions and presentations on Monday. If you have any issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org , and she will assist you with the link
* Please note that all times are in Central Daylight Time (CDT)