IP Provocations is made with the support of IP Australia - we’re grateful to have had the opportunity to ask such broad ranging questions about the patent system to such interesting people, and get so many surprising answers. The IP Provocations team had full academic freedom in designing these conversations, and the views expressed are those of the individual speakers.
This podcast is a project of IPRIA, the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia, and had additional support from Melbourne Law School and Sydney Law School. The music was composed and recorded by Nina Buchanan. The hosts are Professors Rebecca Giblin and Kimberlee Weatherall, and research support was provided by barrister Amy Surkis. The producer is Greta Robenstone. Anders Furze filled in all the remaining gaps.
This podcast was produced on stolen land - sovereignty was never ceded. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.
Original music for IP Provocation was created by Nina Buchanan
ARC Future Fellow Director, Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA)
Rebecca Giblin (she/her) is an ARC Future Fellow and Professor at Melbourne Law School, and the Director of the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia. Her work sits at the intersection of law and culture, focusing on creators’ rights, access to knowledge and culture, technology regulation and copyright. Giblin’s books include Code Wars (2011) and What if we could reimagine copyright? (with Professor Kimberlee Weatherall, 2017). Her newest book, Chokepoint Capitalism, (co-authored with Cory Doctorow, 2022) explains how Big Tech and Big Content captured creative labour markets, and how we can take them back.
Professor, The University of Sydney Law School
Kimberlee is a Professor of Law at the University of Sydney focusing on the regulation of technology and intellectual property law, and a Chief Investigator with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society. She is a Fellow at the Gradient Institute, a research institute developing ethical AI, and a research affiliate of the Humanising Machine Intelligence group at the Australian National University, and a co-chair of the Australian Computer Society’s Advisory Committee on AI Ethics.