LL. B (Hons), Brunel Uni.; LL. M in Commercial & Corporate Law, Queen Mary Uni.; M. Phil., Cardiff Uni.
Between 1998 and 2004, Gary lectured and researched in Intellectual Property Law.
He also undertook related consultancy and training for a variety of private and public sector clients across the EU.
In 2004, Gary emigrated to Australia to take up a position at UNSW.
In 2007, he left academia and, in 2008, co-founded a software start-up specialising in real-time business analytics and related solutions.
From 2010 onwards, Gary acted as an IP and licensing consultant for a number of Australian and overseas organisations, including several law firms and trade mark attorney firms.
In this interview with ABC news radio, RegNet PhD scholar Gary Lea discusses the rights and responsibilities of artificial intelligence (AI).
After presenting yesterday in the RegNet seminar series, Gary Lea’s presentation on artificial intelligence and its regulatory risks has been revisited in The Canberra Times column Gang Gang
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