A team at the University of Surrey has filed the first patents to list an artificial intelligence “creation machine” as the inventor
28 per cent of IP, cyber and risk professionals say their company has experienced a material IP incident over the past two years, so why aren’t companies prioritising and protecting IP from the get-go? Our intellectual Property special report, published in The Times, explores the pivotal steps throughout the product development cycle needed to protect your tangible and intangible assets. It also examines the first patents to list an artificial intelligence as the the inventors. Also featured is an infographic on the value of intangible assets in comparison to tangible assets.
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Experts debate whether America’s patent rules are favouring larger organisations over independent inventors
The rise of copyright infringement cases raises serious questions about the future of the music industry, as creative freedom and protecting intellectual property continue to be challenged
Intellectual property is climbing the boardroom agenda as C-suite leaders realise it is no longer simply an asset to register and protect against infringement, it’s something that adds genuine and tangible value to their business
A European Patent Office (EPO) ruling on CRISPR gene-editing technology is the most talked about patent case of the year. Dr Emma Longland, patent director at intellectual property specialists, HGF, explains why specialist knowledge is crucial to patent applications when the stakes are this high
Clean and accurate data is the basis of valuable intellectual property