Analytics Strategy

AI and Intellectual Property

A good course is a course that doesn’t only give you an understanding of the topic but also gets you thinking of how to apply it to your research!

For the past month, I had the honour to attend a course by Frank Tietze and Dr Nigel S. Clarke about Intellectual Properties, it was provided by the University of CambridgeInstitute for Manufacturing (IfM), University of Cambridge. They are really experts in the area and would highly recommend following them to understand more about IP – Thank you both for the brilliant course!

Since the last session last week, I had the opportunity to dig more into The UK Intellectual Property Office response to the call for views on artificial intelligence and intellectual property.

For me, it was interesting to see point 15 in the summary “Many emphasised the need for more clarity and predictability in UK IPO patent exclusion practice in relation to AI software, along with a call for more international harmonisation in the area”. What are your thoughts on the responses? Did anything stand out for you?

The summary of responses link

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