Overview of Patents under Intellectual Property Rights

Humans have invented a lot of things in the last few centuries and are still striving towards more invention. Inventions of fire, the wheel, steam engine, etc. are a few of many great inventions by mankind. A person invests a lot of time, money, and effort in inventing a particular thing thereby earning him theContinue reading “Overview of Patents under Intellectual Property Rights”

Artificial Intelligence in The World of Intellectual Property Rights

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been in this world for quite some time yet it still doesn’t cease to amaze us. It all started when in 1955 the “Logic Theorist”, was used to do automated reasoning, by Newell and Simon. AI is reaching new heights every day as it can cook, sing, talk and do allContinue reading “Artificial Intelligence in The World of Intellectual Property Rights”

Intellectual Property Rights and the Big Screen

For understanding Intellectual Property Rights, we need to have an idea of what intellectual property is; Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce[1]. In most of the countries, there are four types of Intellectual properties- Copyrights, Trademarks,Continue reading “Intellectual Property Rights and the Big Screen”

Overlaps in Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property [‘IP’] refers to any creation or product of using the mind and presenting a new literary or artistic work, invention, design, symbol, images, or even names. This work is like any other property, and thus IP rights are provided for exclusive control and protection of such intangible assets. Article 27 of The UniversalContinue reading “Overlaps in Intellectual Property Law”

An Invented Inventor

The legal systems worldwide are at crossroads to review its legislation and further augment it by adding laws that deal with inventions made by Artificial Intelligence. It was 1956 when the term AI was heard[1] and 1988 when the United Kingdom became the first country, to explicitly provide Copyright for an AI work.[2] With theContinue reading “An Invented Inventor”