The inaugural IP Software Summit, which was hosted by IAM in San Francisco yesterday, explored the at times complex interactions involving the world’s largest software companies and the IP system. With the relationship between open source and proprietary software platforms one of the themes of the day, members of both communities were well represented in a number of sessions that focused on how two very different approaches to software development can co-exist.

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