Sector: Artificial Intelligence

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How courts around the world are tackling AI, SEPs and software eligibility

Litigation from Australia, India, Colombia and Europe illustrates the pivotal role played by the courts, especially in the most volatile areas of patent law

19 February 2024

InterDigital pegs revenue growth hopes on AI in wireless, video codec

The Delaware-based R&D firm and patent licensor announced 20% revenue growth in 2023 and projects more in 2024 with licensing efforts underway with Samsung, Huawei, Oppo, more

15 February 2024

Navigating Patent Protection Within the Context of AI

Featured in Inside India’s IP Market: a Guide 2024

India is currently witnessing a paradigm shift in the creation of novel and creative works. The proliferation of AI is resulting in a complex landscape for patent offices, inventors and policymakers to navigate. Addressing these challenges is crucial for maintaining the balance between fostering innovation and upholding the principles of patent law.

15 February 2024

Pandemic-era patent applications have levelled off a downturn in US grants

Anaqua AcclaimIP's analysis found that US companies, which earn the most US patents, increased their number of 2023 patents by 18% year-over-year

07 February 2024

Open AI

Featured in Special Report 2023 Q4: IP Disruptors 2024: The companies and people driving change and upending IP norms

25 January 2024

Contrasting AI artwork copyright cases raise fundamental questions

Saturday Opinion: Conflicting rulings in the US and China encourage critical examination of the interplay between human and AI contributions to creation

13 January 2024

The AI patent gold rush — fortunes hinge on IP control

To be proactive and win the AI patent game, this five-step action plan will enable AI innovators to wield their competitive advantage

03 January 2024

Beijing Internet Court rules that AI-generated content is eligible for copyright protection

The outcome of a dispute concerning an AI-generated portrait marks a significant shift in jurisprudence in China when it comes to determining what AI works can be protected under copyright law.

03 January 2024

Fallout follows as Chinese court rules that AI-generated images with sufficient human contribution can be copyright-protected

The judgment was the first of its kind in China and is already being met by significant opposition, both at home and overseas

15 December 2023

South Korea: IP Office’s DABUS Nullification Highlights Stance Towards AI Inventors

Featured in The Patent Prosecution Review 2024

According to the Korean Patent Act, the right to obtain a patent is vested in a person who makes an invention or their successor. The Seoul Administrative Court’s decision to dismiss the DABUS appeal cements the IP office and the courts’ position on this matter.

08 December 2023

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