Dehns to provide IP services to Scottish Universities & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…
Anthropic fires back at music publishers’ AI copyright lawsuit
Artificial intelligence company Anthropic has asked a Tennessee federal court to reject an early bid by three music publishers to stop it from using and reproducing their song lyrics through its chatbot Claude.
IP analysis platform PatSnap launches CoPilot, its new AI assistant
Founded in 2007 to help IP and R&D professionals do their jobs more efficiently, Singapore-based PatSnap‘s first product was a global patent search database. Now it’s building out its suite of AI products with the launch of its AI assistant CoPilot.
HKUST President Nancy IP to Join Winter Davos
Prof. Nancy IP, President of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is set to attend the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Switzerland from January 17 to 19, 2024. As the only university head from Hong Kong at the “Winter Davos”, she will share insights with esteemed leaders from around the world on various critical international issues, including aging population and climate change.
Dehns to provide IP services to Scottish Universities after being officially appointed to the APUC Intellectual Property Services Framework Agreement
Dehns has been officially appointed to the APUC Intellectual Property Services Framework Agreement (PFB1034 AP) to provide IP services to Scottish Universities and Colleges; this includes both IP Protection and IP Consulting work.
Innovation activity in bioplastics and chemical recycling technology continues apace
Innovation in biopolymers (bioplastics) and plastics recycling has hit an all-time high, according to the latest report published by Appleyard Lees.