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WIPO Begins Public Consultation Process on Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Policy

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The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) today launched a public consultation process on artificial intelligence (AI) and intellectual property (IP) policy, inviting feedback on an issues paper designed to help define the most-pressing questions likely to face IP policy makers as AI increases in importance. Beginning December 13, 2019, WIPO published its issues paper with a call for comments from the widest-possible global audience. It is the latest step in WIPO's response to the ongoing interaction of AI with the IP system, including the use of AI applications in IP administration. "Artificial intelligence is set to radically alter the way in which we work and live, with great potential to help us solve common global challenges, but it is also prompting policy questions and challenges," said WIPO Director General Francis Gurry. Machine learning relies on information in the form of electronic data, which is also at the heart of intellectual property and innovation in a global digital economy.


Should AI Robots Own Their Own Work? New Exhibition Explores Possibilities

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Does the value of art come from the person who creates the art? Is that value inherent, or is it reliant on the beholder? How do you place a numeric valuation on something as subjective as art? All interesting questions, but let's throw a proverbial spanner in the works. What if the artist was an artificial intelligence (AI) programmed into a humanoid robot body?


MRes RCA Show: Critical Investigations into the Future of Art and Design Research

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The MRes RCA programme provides early and mid-career art and design researchers with the intellectual, technical and professional tools with which to complete high-quality research projects. The programme is a uniquely interdisciplinary degree, and the first to be taught across all four Schools of the RCA. Over a full-time year it offers training in practice and theory-led research methods for critical studies in art and design. As demonstrated by the graduating students' work, MRes RCA supports students from diverse backgrounds. Students come from previous study both in art and design and in related disciplines such as history, political sciences and psychology, and with experience working in the creative industries, as practising architects, designers and artists.


Artificial Intelligence Launched as New Product Category for CES Asia 2018

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ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) today announced that CES Asia 2018 will highlight advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) as a new dedicated product category on the show floor, building on the successful demonstration of AI applications across the latest consumer tech products showcased at CES earlier this year. Alibaba A.I. Labs, Baidu DuerOS and iFLYTEK, among others, will exhibit the latest in big data analytics, speech recognition and predictive technology. With China setting the pace to become a global innovation leader in AI, CES Asia will bring together the biggest players shaping the future of artificial intelligence. "Artificial intelligence is one of those exciting technologies that will become ubiquitous in the next decade as it becomes more deeply embedded in the products that we use day in and day out to make our lives better, " said John T. Kelley, senior director, international programs and show director, CES Asia. "AI is already being incorporated in everyday consumer technology products that provide practical benefits, including cars, smart homes, robotics, health and wellness devices and home security.


Artificial Intelligence Launched as New Product Category for CES Asia 2018 - Press Release - Digital Journal

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Alibaba A.I. Labs, Baidu DuerOS and iFLYTEK, among others, will exhibit the latest in big data analytics, speech recognition and predictive technology. With China setting the pace to become a global innovation leader in AI, CES Asia will bring together the biggest players shaping the future of artificial intelligence. "Artificial intelligence is one of those exciting technologies that will become ubiquitous in the next decade as it becomes more deeply embedded in the products that we use day in and day out to make our lives better, " said John T. Kelley, senior director, international programs and show director, CES Asia. "AI is already being incorporated in everyday consumer technology products that provide practical benefits, including cars, smart homes, robotics, health and wellness devices and home security. China is leading the way in AI, embracing innovation and setting global standards and it will be front and center during CES Asia 2018!" More, ARM Accelerator and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology will bring several cutting-edge companies to CES Asia.