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HomePosts Tagged "AI"

In an era where the application of artificial intelligence (AI) is pushing the boundaries of human innovation, the question of whether AI-generated inventions could deserve patent protection has become

The UK High Court recently issued a landmark ruling on 21 November 2023, in the case of Time Machine Capital Squared (TMC2) and its subsidiary, Emotional Perception AI Limited vs Comptroller

Last month, I was very lucky to participate in the renowned WIPO-UNIGE Summer Programme on Intellectual Property Law. Being able to get a glimpse behind the scenes of WIPO,

On the 12 May this year I addressed around 600 lawyers at the annual dinner of ARDL, the Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers at The Guildhall, London where

Generative AI is booming. The explosion of AI-powered chatbots and large language models (LLMs) was ignited by the release of ChatGPT in late 2022. Having captured the world’s interest,

Two major threats that the legal sector is facing at the moment are the growing number of alternative legal services providers (ALSPs) and the entry of the Big 4

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]AI: the two magical letters of our century. A couple of years ago, artificial intelligence was just in our GPS in our cars and the google translate service. Today,

Ask the Expert: What will be the impact of AI on law firms and their clients in the next ten years? Welcome to The Legal Technologist’s first ‘Ask the Expert’