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Intellectual property and artificial intelligence: what does the future hold?

By Peter Cowan and Jim Hinton

Artificial intelligence is creating a seismic shift in the way that people interact with technology. Research institutions and for-profit companies are moving to patent the commercial aspects of this new area in a land grab which could see rights holders reap future benefits

Artificial intelligence (AI) has established itself as one of the next digital frontiers of innovation. Five years ago it supported only a $250 million market opportunity. However, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 50% since then, the market is now projected to reach between $35 and $50 billion by 2025. This growth has been attributed to value and adoption across many...

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