Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: The View of The British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA)
26 Pages Posted: 26 Feb 2021
Date Written: November 22, 2020
Between September and November 2020, the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) ran a consultation about the implications Artificial Intelligence (AI) may have for Intellectual Property (IP) policy, as well as the impact IP may have for AI.
This response was prepared on behalf of the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association (BILETA) by Prof Dinusha Mendis, Associate Prof Guido Noto La Diega, Dr Felipe Romero-Moreno, and Dr Hiroko Onishi.
BILETA was formed in April 1986 to promote, develop and communicate high-quality research and knowledge on technology law and policy to organisations, governments, professionals, students and the public.
This submission focuses on the maincopyright and trade mark issues in AI.
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, copyright, trade marks, trademarks, copyright law, related rights, sui generis, trademark law, Intellectual Property, IP, IPR, policy, IPO consultation, AI and IP
JEL Classification: O34, O38, K11, K13, K42
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