Patenting AI: the IP office perspective
US inventors file more AI patents in UK than UK inventors: report
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Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is beginning to touch every single industry, and the IP space is certainly no exception. But uncertainty remains as to how the rapidly advancing technology can benefit the IP system and whether the system needs to and can adapt to take full advantage of these advancements.
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