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Maturity of AI Calls IP Law Reform into Question

Maturity of AI Calls IP Law Reform into Question

Experts have called into question whether current artificial intelligence (AI) systems in operation are sophisticated enough to require intellectual property (IP) laws to be updated to protect any innovation that may be generated autonomously by a machine.

Professor Chris Dent, chair of industrial mathematics at the University of Edinburgh and fellow at the Alan Turing Institute, and patent attorney Alexander Korenberg of Kilburn & Strode, explored whether UK IP law is fit for the AI age at a recent event hosted by international law firm Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law.

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