UK govt retains IP exhaustion regime
Awe and anxiety: what artificial intelligence means for IP
Computer implemented inventions: recent changes in case law
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The UK government will consult on the possibility of introducing legal changes for protecting AI-generated inventions which do not meet inventorship criteria, it confirmed following a call for views on AI and IP.
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