WIPO’s New AI Impact: Transforming IP Systems

Transforming IP Systems

WIPO’s New AI Impact: Transforming IP Systems

WIPO Unveils “Technology Trends” Research Series: Focus on AI WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) is set to launch its groundbreaking “Technology Trends” research series on January 31, highlighting the burgeoning realm of artificial intelligence (AI). This innovative technology is swiftly ascending and promises profound impacts across all facets of life.

Chinese IP Court

Chinese IP Court Demands Enhanced Corporate Proof

Navigating Trademark Appeals in China’s Evolving Legal Landscape In China, the China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) oversees trademark enrollment for entities aiming to market goods or services within the country. However, recent developments in Beijing’s Intellectual Property (IP) court have heightened the requirements for foreign entities, particularly U.S. companies,

Global Patent Filings

China Surpasses U.S. in Global Patent Filings

China Surges in Global Patent Applications, Challenging Traditional Leaders In 2017, China’s ascent in global patent applications via WIPO marked a significant shift. Surpassing long-standing leader, the United States, China claimed the second position. This shift indicates a broader trend of Chinese innovators looking beyond their borders, aiming to extend

Patent Improvements

US IP Strengths: Global Ranking, Patent Improvements

United States Leads Global IP Index The U.S. Assembly of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) unveiled the latest International IP Index, assessing intellectual property environments across 50 economies. Once again, the United States emerged as the world’s strongest IP regime. Notably, its rise to second place in patent rights

Copyright Registration Debate

Supreme Court’s Copyright Registration Debate

Supreme Court’s Role in Copyright Disputes: Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation v. Wall-Street.com On January 8th, the Supreme Court delved into the intricacies of copyright law during oral arguments in Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation v. Wall-Street.com [Case No. 17-571 (Jan. 8, 2019)]. The case aimed to resolve a longstanding