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Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property

Jyh-An Lee, Reto Hilty, and Kung-Chung Liu


This book explores artificial intelligence (AI), which has become omnipresent in today's business environment: from chatbots to healthcare services to various ways of creating useful information. While AI has been increasingly used to optimize various creative and innovative processes, the integration of AI into products, services, and other operational procedures raises significant concerns across virtually all areas of intellectual property (IP) law. Thus, AI has drawn extensive attention from IP experts globally and there have been some works on specific issues in the intersection between A ... More

Keywords: artificial intelligence, intellectual property, intellectual property law, AI technology, IP administration, innovation policy

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2021 Print ISBN-13: 9780198870944
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2021 DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198870944.001.0001


Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Jyh-An Lee, editor
Associate Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law

Reto Hilty, editor
Professor and Director, Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Germany

Kung-Chung Liu, editor
Lee Kong Chian Professor of Law (Practice), Director of the Applied Research Center for Intellectual Assets and the Law in Asia (ARCIALA, Singapore Management University

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Part I Technology, Business, and Basics of AI

3 Intellectual Property Justification for Artificial Intelligence

Reto M Hilty, Jörg Hoffmann, and Stefan Scheuerer*

Part II Artificial Intelligence and Patent Law

Part III Artificial Intelligence and Copyright Law

Part IV Artificial Intelligence and IP Administration

12 Artificial Intelligence and Trademark Assessment

Anke Moerland and Conrado Freitas*

Part V Legal Aspects of Software

Part VI Protection of and Access to Data

Part VII The Bigger Picture

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