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BIP Asia: AI-related IP policies need more work globally

Karry Lai, Hong Kong

Patentability and sufficiency of disclosure remain unsettled issues that IP owners and offices are grappling with, according to AIPPI and private practice speakers

The topic of artificial intelligence IP protection has long raised more questions than answers. Nonetheless, speakers at the Business of IP Asia forum in Hong Kong SAR tried to answer some of them last month, including what patentability challenges exist, what strategies should...

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