Many start-up companies are developing artificial intelligence (AI) innovations, from AI-driven drug discovery to AI-based fruit harvesting. Many of these companies protect their AI inventions by filing patent applications.
UK High Court decision confirms that an artificial intelligence machine cannot be named as an inventor.
We live in an increasingly digital world – not only do more of us communicate
At last July’s joint UK IPO and WIPO Conference on artificial intelligence and intellectual property
First published in Cambridge Catalyst, Appleyard Lees attorney Parminder Lally predicts what’s on the horizon for Cambridge-based innovators
Artificial intelligence and machine learning in healthcare: An Intellectual Property Perspective Artificial intelligence (AI), particularly