Tag Archives: intellectual property

HPU Assistant Professor Dr. Ranbir Singh has been granted an Indian design patent for the invention

HPU Assistant Professor Dr. Ranbir Singh has been granted an Indian design patent for the invention Shimla, Mar 16 (UNI) Dr. Ranbir Singh, Assistant Professor, Himachal Pradesh University College of Business Studies, Shimla has issued a design patent (Patent Design No. 350712-001) on an interdisciplinary invention titled “Employee Behavior Tracking …

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Microorganism patents in China | Linda Liu & Partners

[co-author: Wenhan Liu] The term “microorganism” encompasses entities from all taxonomic classes, including bacteria, actinomycetes, fungi, viruses, protozoa and algae. Under current Chinese patent rules, a microorganism is neither an animal nor a plant. Both microorganisms and microbial processes are patentable subject matter. Microorganism inventions are those that relate to …

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Another One Bites the Dust – Patent application naming AI machine DABUS as inventor refused in New Zealand

Last year, patent applications filed by Dr. Stephen Thaler naming an artificial intelligence known as “Unified Sentience Autonomous Boot Device‘ (DABUS) as the inventor made headlines around the world. As previously reported, in a surprising move, the Australian Federal Court recognized DABUS as the inventor. This decision is currently under …

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Lynch LLP issues patent applications that get it right the first time

A quick review of “Indivior UK v. Dr. Reddy’s Labs” shows how time, money and strategy can be saved by paying attention to detail. Getting your patent application right the first time not only saves time and money, it also guarantees a greater chance of obtaining strategic IP protection. » …

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Rafiqul is recognized as an inventor

Mr Rafiqul Islam Chowdhury Lawyer Mr Rafiqul Islam Chowdhury, winner of the National Digital Bangladesh Award 2021, has won international recognition from the Geneva-based International Federation of Inventors Associations for his business – electronic notarization technology. “Mr. Rafiqul Islam Chowdhury, ICT Lawyer, is the first and only outstanding Bangladeshi lawyer …

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AI machine: reinventing the way we invent!

The uprising of artificial intelligence machines (hereinafter referred to as “AI”) is a popular and intriguing topic for many science fiction works. The advancement of AI machines and their advancement in playing an important role in our lives has grown exponentially in recent years. The future possibilities of this technology …

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EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS, Episode 11 – Can our creations also create? The DABUS AI system as named inventor – Intellectual property

United States: EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS, Episode 11 – Can our creations also create? The DABUS AI system as named inventor To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. DABUS architect Dr Stephen Thaler and Professor Ryan Abbott discuss artificial intelligence systems as inventors of patents Dr Stephen Thaler, architect …

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AI Inventors: Do They Exist and Does It Matter?

Recent cases in five jurisdictions have ruled on whether an artificial intelligence (“AI”) system can be an “inventor” in a patent application. This blog post summarizes the inventions involved, the relevant cases and what these developments may mean for Canadian patent law. INVENTIONS & APPLICATIONS DABUS is a system of …

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) Drug Discovery and Clinical Trials Market Expected to Grow Globally at a CAGR of 23.6% in 2021-2026

Dublin, Oct 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) Enabled Drug Discovery and Clinical Trials Market Research Report: Forecast (2021-2026)” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The “Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) Enabled Drug Discovery and Clinical Trial Market” is expected to grow at a CAGR of …

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CREATIVE INDUSTRY FOR A RESILIENT ECONOMY

Leveraging the artistic skills and passionate ingenuity of the Thai people as well as the country’s cultural heritage, the Thai government expects the creative industry to play a greater role in Thailand’s economic development in all industries. The creative industry is one of the areas highlighted for development by the …

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Pahang’s pupil is the world’s “best young inventor”

SHE may be 11 years old, but Maryam Muzamir is already establishing herself as a true inventor. SK (P) Methodist Kuantan fifth-year student Pahang recently landed not one, not two, but three achievements in her first international competition – winning praise from Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob and …

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AI system cannot be named inventor of patent, UK court rules

Artificial intelligence updates Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about artificial intelligence news. An artificial intelligence system cannot be named inventor on UK patent applications because it is not a person, a London court ruled in a landmark decision. Stephen Thaler, a US-based AI …

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Is kakawate an effective pesticide? – Manila Bulletin

(Facebook page of secretary DOST Fortunato de la Peña) The Department of Science and Technology-National Research Council of the Philippines (DOST-NRCP) is eagerly awaiting the issuance of the patent for the insecticide of kakawate (Gliricidia sepium), also known as madre de cacao. The kakawate, a tropical plant, is commonly planted …

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The guide to becoming an inventor

Many need a guide to take the first step to becoming an inventor. Many people have a sense of what they want to do with their life and what career path they would like to take. One of the most exciting and rewarding careers in the market is becoming an …

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The American goose that lays the golden eggs

Walter G. Copan American research and development institutions have long been the envy of our competitors. But our cutting-edge innovation capabilities – responsible for introducing COVID-19 vaccines and countless other breakthroughs – have not flourished by accident. They have been fed decades of smart policies, and those policies are now …

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A new American research model is needed today (opinion)

More than a century after Thomas Newcomen, a miner, and John Calley, his assistant plumber, invented the first useful steam engine, French scientist Sadi Carnot developed the theory of thermodynamics to explain it. And in 1903, bicycle makers Orville and Wilbur Wright performed the first powered flight, but the underlying …

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