The IP Lounge: AI clarifications, Managing IP Awards preview
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The IP Lounge: AI clarifications, Managing IP Awards preview

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In the latest episode of our monthly podcast, the team discusses AI clarifications from India and the US, and previews the upcoming Managing IP Awards for EMEA and the Americas


In this episode, the team unpicks some of the biggest talking points from February and looks ahead to the Managing IP Awards season.

Deputy editor Max Walters is joined by Rani Mehta, senior reporter for the Americas, and Sukanya Sarkar, our senior reporter in Asia.

Top of the list is artificial intelligence (AI), as there have been some notable clarifications on AI use from the Indian and US governments in recent weeks.

We also look at law firm strategies, including a potential acquisition for intellectual property firm Rouse.

Finally, we preview next month's Managing IP Awards.

The EMEA Awards will be held at London Hilton Park Lane on April 11, while the Americas Awards will take place on April 25 at the JW Marriott Essex House in New York.

You can view the shortlist for the Americas awards here and for the EMEA awards here.

We will be back with a new episode in April. Thank you for listening.

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