Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: The View of The British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA)

Hiroko Onishi, Dinusha Mendis, Guido Noto La Diega, Felipe Romero-Moreno

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Between September and November 2020, the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) ran a consultation about the implications Artificial Intelligence (AI) may have for Intellectual Property (IP) policy, as well as the impact IP may have for AI. <br><br>This response was prepared on behalf of the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association (BILETA) by Prof Dinusha Mendis, Associate Prof Guido Noto La Diega, Dr Felipe Romero-Moreno, and Dr Hiroko Onishi.<br><br>BILETA was formed in April 1986 to promote, develop and communicate high-quality research and knowledge on technology law and policy to organisations, governments, professionals, students and the public.<br><br>This submission focuses on the maincopyright and trade mark issues in AI.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 26 Feb 2021


  • Artificial Intelligence
  • copyright
  • trade marks
  • trademarks
  • copyright law
  • related rights
  • sui generis
  • trademark law
  • Intellectual Property
  • IP
  • IPR
  • policy
  • IPO consultation
  • AI and IP

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