While the theory around artificial intelligence generates a lot of interest, particularly for trademark specialists, it’s time to assess the potential practical impact on the law, say Lee Curtis and Rachel Platts of HGF
Pankaj Soni of Remfry & Sagar analyses trends in AI, data concerns arising from AI, global subject matter eligibility standards for AI and whether AI can be classed as an inventor
Youping Ma and Guoquan Yang of Bridgeon assess whether AI-related technology is patent eligible in China, analysing the way in which China interprets claims and providing advice on how to file an AI patent application in the jurisdiction
José Carlos Erdozain of PONS IP analyses the IP challenges raised by AI, looking at what AI seeks to do, how it can be used in the patenting process, how easily it can be protected and whether it should be considered an inventor
May / June 2019
From trademarks to trade secrets: in-house tips on brand protection in China
Despite the well-known struggles in protecting trademarks and trade secrets in China, there are some tried-and-tested strategies to employ, as Karry Lai and Ellie Mertens hear from in-house counsel at a range of domestic and international companies
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