Sector: Artificial Intelligence

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The keys to QML patent success

Co-published - A guide to drafting applications that meet EPO eligibility requirements

30 June 2022

UK plans to diverge from EU on AI-related IP exemption

Moves announced after consultation will affect copyright and database rights, but leave status quo in place for inventorship

29 June 2022

Data monetisation gathers momentum in the healthcare sector

Life sciences innovators are increasingly paying for access to high-quality data

27 June 2022

Federal Circuit judges ask tough questions on patentability of AI creations

Presented with oral arguments in the DABUS case about the novel legal issue of patenting inventions made by artificial intelligence, a trio of veteran judges at the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on 6 June appeared to adopt a sceptical stance.

07 June 2022

AI and blockchain are helping to transform IP market, says Erich Spangenberg

IAM speaks to IPwe founder about the new patterns of patent deal-making made possible by developing technologies

30 May 2022

Monetising data, machine learning’s most valuable asset

Co-published – Key issues to consider when developing an exploitation strategy

26 May 2022

EPO chief economist: IP practitioners should use commercial nous to help Europe’s Deep Tech sector

IAM speaks to Yann Ménière of the European Patent Office about how the patent profession can best support Fourth Industrial Revolution innovators

23 May 2022

AI IP professionals utilising holistic protection strategy as patents remain hard to get

During the two-day IAM Connect AI IP event this week, in-house IP heads from AI companies and AI-focused attorneys revealed their methods of protecting AI assets

20 May 2022

Hyundai Motor steps up patent buying activity

Korean automaker adds portfolios from Intel and IBM as it continues to show interest in UAV and natural language processing tech

19 May 2022

Copyright law must keep up with evolving AI technology if industry is to flourish

Legal ambiguities over ownership and protection are holding back a cutting-edge technology that could have immense value. Faiz Rahman and Kamalkumar Rathinasamy of Infosys argue that policy makers must focus on creating an IP framework that serves businesses, the economy and the public good

18 May 2022

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