The UK Intellectual Property Office's Manual of Patent Practice has been updated to reflect the the UK High Court's decision concerning the "DABUS" inventions. The Court held that patent protection … [Read more...] about UKIPO patent guidance updated for DABUS judgment
The European Commission has published its final report on Trends and Developments in Artificial Intelligence: Challenges to the Intellectual Property Rights Framework. It finds, where AI is a mere … [Read more...] about EU report on AI-assisted creativity and invention
Back in May 2020, we blogged that the UKIPO was testing an artificial intelligence driven tool to help the public apply for trade marks. The UKIPO has now announced a public beta test. The UKIPO … [Read more...] about The UKIPO’s AI-powered trade mark tool enters beta testing
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) held its second "conversation" on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and IP last week. In the run up it published a revised issues paper (discussed in our … [Read more...] about Defining artificial intelligence
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) has revised its draft issues paper on Intellectual Property (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). WIPO held its First Session of … [Read more...] about WIPO’s revised paper on IP policy and AI
For those interested in some lockdown listening on Artificial Intelligence (AI), we recommend an interview with Stuart Russell broadcast on the UK's BBC Radio Four. Russell explains the critical … [Read more...] about Could standards for Artificial General Intelligence save humanity?