In this edition of IP Literature Watch we feature an assortment of recent papers on IP and antitrust, licensing, policy, law, and innovation, in particular artificial intelligence (AI). In one article the author considers the implication of algorithmic pattern recognition systems, AI, for intellectual property law. The article explores the fundamental challenges to intellectual property law, but suggests that intellectual property generally, and the patent system specifically, has enough flexibility to address AI innovation. Two other articles discuss the impact of AI in the context of COVID-19, including vaccine development and the impact on economic growth and innovation.
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IP Literature Watch: October 2022
Among the pieces featured in this month’s IP Literature Watch are a paper examining the relation between patent thickets and acquisitions; an article analyzing...