The AI intellectual property debate

The ‘infinite monkey theorem’ suggests that a monkey, hitting the keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will, at some point, type out William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. A website called The Mary Sue recently calculated

Published: | Author: Simon Webster | Topics: The Future of IP

Innovation and women’s battle to be heard

According to a report by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), a gender balance in Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) applications may not be achieved until 2080. The 2016 “Economic research working paper no. 33, identifying the gender of PCT inventors”

Published: | Author: Jayne Durden | Topics: Intellectual Property

Diversity and inclusion matter

A recent World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) report highlighted a significant issue in the diversity of IP creation. According to WIPO it may take until 2080 before a gender balance in Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) applications is achieved. This is

Published: | Author: Jayne Durden | Topics: Intellectual Property