CITMA 2019: IP in a digital world
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The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) could remove human interaction from the retail process and create trademark law issues, the head of IP at US technology company International Business Machines (IBM) has said.
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Artificial Intelligence, International Business Machines, Chartered Institute for Trademark Attorneys, Sylvie Martin, Amazon, Google, intelligent assistant