By: Andrés Izquierdo Article posted at the University of Oxford, Oxford Law. See post here. In the photo: Director-General Francis Gurry, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). In the photo from left to right: Regan Smith, Joel Douek, E. Michael Harrington, David Hughes, Alex Mitchell.
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Director-General elections 2020 Never before has the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) elections for next Director General (DG) 2020 had so much at stake. With the latest advancements in technology, including Machine Learning (ML), Cyber Law, and especially, Artificial Intelligence (AI), the world is changing […]
Last February 14th, 2020, we submitted our draft issues paper on Intellectual Property policy and Artificial Intelligence to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Find our paper included in this post. You can also consult the submission paper on the WIPO AI site. WIPO/IP/AI/2/GE/201 WIPO Conversation on Intellectual Property (IP) […]
The Hague Court ruling in the System Risk Indication (SyRI) The District Court of The Hague ruled past February 5th, a case concerning the System Risk Indication (SyRI). This technology has brought too many questions about its purpose and the way it works. It is not clear if SyRI is deep learning, machine learning, a […]
Published originally at Washington College of Law. Although the word open might imply access, many times, it does not imply transmission, reproduction, or re-use of material, as seen currently with most government open data and recently discussed at the GovDatax event. Recent laws require the federal government to make their […]