Today’s artificial intelligence (AI) technology is truly transformative. From self-driving cars, chatbots to voice and facial recognition, AI is revolutionising many areas of our lives. Advances in computing power open up a range of possibilities to businesses, who are seeking ever more innovative ways to utilise AI technology. Indeed, AI systems powered by huge amounts of data may “themselves” become innovators or creators, which raises important questions from an IP perspective. For example, is data inputted into an AI system protected under IP law, what about the AI system itself, or any AI-created output?
In this blog, we address those questions and examine some of the key issues around the interaction between AI and IP.
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