WIPR July/August 2019

The promise that artificial intelligence can change not just IP, but other aspects of our lives too, comes with a warning. In this issue we peer into the darker future of machine learning, where uneasy ethical choices are to be made.   WIPR also tackles the questions raised by recent US cases, which pitted fundamental rights like freedom of speech against IP. Plus we unpick rights issues around augmented and virtual reality, and the burning issue of diversity in our industry.