Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly driving key technological and business advances. It is used in a wide range of sectors and has an impact on practically every area of production. AI’s progress is being fueled by the availability of vast amounts of training data and breakthroughs in affordable high processing power. In a variety of ways, AI and intellectual property (IP) collide.
The simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, particularly computer systems, is known as artificial intelligence (AI) though no explicit definition has explained Artificial Intelligence. Expert systems, natural language processing (NLP), speech recognition, and machine vision are examples of AI applications.
Learning, reasoning, and self-correction are the three cognitive processes that AI programming focuses on IP should be used as a regulatory structure to encourage invention and innovation through the use of market forces.Justification of IP rights for AI as a tool and AI-generated output in light of IP protection based on a complex study of the outputs, productions, or applications generated by, or with the assistance of, AI systems, tools, or techniques that are susceptible of IP protection, with a focus on the works promoted and created by AI based systems.
This report delves into the AI prospects of the Intellectual Property Laws, the efficiency of the various Artificial Intelligence Indices released by the companies, and the relevance of AI Indexes and its coherence in contemporary pertinence with the AI and Intellectual Property Laws.