Christian Loyau

Christian Loyau graduated from the University of Paris in business, corporate and IP law.  After 5 years of practicing in law firms in Denmark and France, Christian joined Digital Equipment Corporation, and Cap Gemini in France.

He served for 12 years as Legal Director for International Affairs for the French telecommunication company Matra Communication and was involved in the IPR group of ETSI from 1993 to 1996.  He then served as General Counsel and Secretary of the Board of the French IT quoted company Bull for 14 years.  Christian is now Director for Legal Affairs and Governance of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).

Intellectual Property Rights in the U.S.-China Innovation Competition

By Chris Borges The United States is engaged in a competition for technology and innovation leadership with China, with both nations making significant investments in their domestic innovation systems while seeking to undermine the other’s innovation system. The United States, for instance, has implemented export controls and investment restrictions to slow China’s
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Informing the Innovation Policy Debate: Key Concepts in Copyright Laws for Generative AI

By Julia Yoon and Chris Borges Since OpenAI released ChatGPT to the public in November 2022, the use of and investment in generative artificial intelligence (AI) has exploded. Companies have released dozens of new models that can create text, images, sound, and even video, while investments in generative AI quintupled from
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(Transcript) 2024 LeadershIP Conference Panel IV: The Geopolitical Technology Landscape: Challenges and Opportunities

This transcript is from the 2024 LeadershIP Conference hosted at CSIS on April 9th, 2024. Watch the full video here. (DOWNLOAD) LeadershIP 2024 – Panel 4 Transcript Panel Description: National security priorities and technological leadership are inextricably linked. What can innovation, intellectual property, and competition policies do to help
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