Proposal for a regulation on the use of artificial intelligence: fundamental rights mark the red lines

Proposal for a regulation on the use of artificial intelligence: fundamental rights mark the red lines Rita Gomes, Associate, Intellectual Property Department The European Commission has just published its proposal for a Regulation laying down harmonized rules on Artificial Intelligence (AI) which seeks to strike a balance between its intention to promote the use of […]

read more

Artificial intelligence and intellectual property: The European Union takes a stance

The initiatives that the European Parliament is implementing in relation to artificial intelligence, include a report on intellectual property rights for the development of artificial intelligence technologies. This document leans towards recognizing that a creation generated by artificial intelligence can constitute a work, bearing in mind the creative result rather than the creative process. According […]

read more

New setback for DABUS: An artificial intelligence system cannot be an inventor

Both the European Patent Office (EPO) and the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) have refused the first patent applications designating an artificial intelligence (AI) system, called DABUS, as an inventor, considering that only a natural person can be an inventor. DABUS (device and method for the autonomous bootstrapping of unified sentience) is an artificial […]

read more

Artificial intelligence pushes the boundaries of intellectual property

The practical application of artificial intelligence in fields such as artistic creation or innovation poses a whole range of brand new challenges for IP. The article analyzes the main milestones in this matter and the response that is being offered by several institutions so far. Lawmakers are increasingly focusing on artificial intelligence (AI). In February, […]

read more