Australian judges could shape law on AI inventorship globally & more… Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…
Some of Australia’s leading authorities on intellectual property (IP) law are set to consider whether artificial intelligence (AI) systems can be classed as inventors for the purposes of patent law.
Hyundai Mobis plans to register intellectual property rights (IPR) for a total of 3,300 items at home and abroad in 202w, with nearly half of them to be registered in foreign countries.
The company is an exclusive patent holder for research methods and technologies for cultured milk and breastmilk production.
A record number of international patents were filed last year, indicating that innovation had not been stymied by the pandemic, the United Nations said Thursday.