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How Do We Afford Patent Protection When Novel Ideas Are Created By Artificial Intelligence?
It was recently reported by the BBC that researchers at the Artificial Inventor Project (a project group seeking intellectual property rights for the autonomous output of Artificial
UK
20 Aug 2019
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Bold, Hybrid And Bioelectric: Protecting Ideas In The Future Of Medicine
The application of electronics to the treatment of health conditions is nothing new. For years pacemakers have been used for the treatment of irregular heartbeats and other cardiovascular conditions.
UK
21 Jun 2019
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Business Opinion: Is It Possible To Own A Part Of Space?
The 2015 film, The Martian, follows Mark Watney (played by Matt Damon), a scientist who after being left behind on Mars by the rest of his crew,
UK
28 May 2019
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VR Has A Longer History Than You Might Imagine
What do The Sword of Damocles, Morton Heilig's Sensorama, and the 18th century apparatus La Nature à Coup d'Œil all have in common?
UK
28 May 2019
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Patenting Artificial Intelligence At The European Patent Office
Artificial intelligence ("AI") is one of the most exciting technologies of our time. Although AI has been a field of research for over sixty years, it is only in recent years
UK
30 Apr 2019
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Business Intelligence - Q1 2019
Welcome to the latest edition of Business Intelligence. To view the online version of this magazine, please follow this link.
UK
23 Apr 2019
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Britain Is Still Tech Start-Up Heaven – Despite Brexit
Accountancy firm RSM reported that the number of new tech start-ups in the UK grew 14 per cent last year.
UK
12 Apr 2019
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AI Trade Marks: A Unique Set Of Problems
AI is posing unique challenges to tech companies. Claire Hutson from Marks & Clerk shares why a strong portfolio of trade marks is essential for any firms involved with AI.
UK
4 Apr 2019
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Healthcare VR And Regulatory Challenges
Virtual reality used to be associated solely with entertainment (mainly games) and the provision of virtual walk-throughs and immersive environments for product designers, architects, archaeologists
UK
29 Mar 2019
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How Technology Is Disrupting Healthcare
The latest LSX Investor Perception Survey offers an interesting snapshot into current thinking amongst the life-sciences investment community.
UK
29 Mar 2019
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The Final Frontier: Will IP Apply In Space?
Space might remain the final frontier, but with businesses and start-ups increasingly recognising the commercial opportunities afforded by space and satellite technologies, it is a frontier that many...
UK
13 Feb 2019
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2019: The Year Self-Driving Vehicles Shift Up A Gear?
With investment announcements coming thick and fast, and testing taking place on ever more roads, might 2019 be the year of the self-driving vehicle (SDV)?
UK
24 Jan 2019
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Distillers' Secure Method Of Product Provenance
It's clear that Scottish distilling has refused to rest on its laurels in 2018, continuously taking traditional techniques and marrying them to startling innovation.
UK
24 Jan 2019
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Traffic: In Search Of A Technological Solution
Traffic is the perennial bane of the motorist, costing countless hours of lost time and turning the dream of the open road into a nightmare of traffic jams snaking as far as the eye can see.
UK
28 Nov 2018
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Artificial Intelligence: Is Your Business Ready?
Science fiction writers have long speculated about the development of intelligent machines and, as the pace of technological progress quickens, reality is catching up with fiction.
UK
28 Nov 2018
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A Feather In One's App: Why The UK Could Lead The Way For Medical App Patents
Apple's recent announcement that it will be opening its health records application programming interface (API) will be big news for healthcare app developers in the US.
UK
28 Nov 2018
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Intellectual Property's Vital Role In Healthcare's AI-Driven Future
Artificial intelligence (AI) is pushing the boundaries of possibility in many industries, and healthcare is no exception.
UK
12 Nov 2018
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Patenting AI: The EPO's New Guidelines
In its annual update of the "Guidelines for Examination", the European Patent Office (EPO) has provided further guidance for its examiners in relation to the patentability of inventions...
European Union
4 Oct 2018
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The Microbiome: A Rapidly Developing Field With Implications For Health, Disease And Ageing
The complex collection of microorganisms that colonise the human body and their genetic material (the human microbiome) is a rapidly developing area of research.
UK
18 Oct 2017
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Digital Innovation Is Not A Poor Relation For Intellectual Property
Since James Watt had a patent specification for a steam engine accepted in 1769, technology has progressed at an incredible pace.
UK
15 Apr 2016
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