WIPO Director General Francis Gurry shares his views on the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) for intellectual property (IP) law and policy and its use in the administration of IP systems around the world.
David Hanson, maker of Sophia the Robot and CEO and Founder of Hanson Robotics, shares his vision of a future built around super intelligence.
WIPO and the international pharmaceutical industry join ranks to launch the Pat-INFORMED database making it easier for drug procurement agencies to determine the patent status of medicines in different countries.
Since it began operating in 1999, Alibaba has become a leading e-commerce player and is at the forefront of efforts to shape China’s e-commerce landscape. Its pioneering approach to tackling online trade in counterfeit goods has become a reference for other online platforms.
Professor Joana d’ Arc Félix de Sousa is an award-winning Brazilian academic and inventor. Her pioneering work in encouraging socially-vulnerable teenagers in Brazil to engage in innovation and creativity has won her national acclaim.
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February 2017 – Amid renewed interest in the potential for 3D printing technology transform manufacturing supply chains, to what extent do current IP laws protect the interests of creators?
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