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artificial intelligence

Dawn Ellmore looks at the fascinating question of who owns copyright on machine-created content

Emerging technology always presents a challenge for the legal and regulatory frameworks surrounding Intellectual Property (IP). For example, who owns copyright when content is created by machines? When it comes to Artificial Intelligence (AI), the lines become even more blurred… Continue Reading →

The role of AI in IP

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around since the 1960s. Although it still sounds futuristic as a concept, it’s something that is becoming more entrenched in every day life. The chief benefit of AI is its ability to analyse and manipulate… Continue Reading →

Japan to Simplify Patent Screening Processes Using Artificial Intelligence at the JPO

The Japan Patent Office (JPO) reportedly plans to use artificial intelligence (AI) technology to automate some tasks involved in the process of patent, trade mark and design applications. The JPO is set to apply AI technology from April 2018 to… Continue Reading →

AI Patent Applications Increase by Almost 200% in China

In a survey covering artificial intelligence (AI) patent applications in 10 countries including the US, China, Europe, Japan and South Korea over the comparison period of 2015-2010 compared to the figure for the previous five years the data shows the… Continue Reading →

Should Computers be Named as Patent Inventors?

As current patent law stands only a human individual can file as an inventor on a patent who conceived of the idea. Defined as “the formation in the mind of the inventor of a definite and permanent idea of the… Continue Reading →

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