Artificial intelligence and IPR- A Labyrinth Issue

Author: Garima, Student, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Dwarka, India



Society is in the midst of AI boom. It is presciently said that the object which can incentivize the overall growth of the country lies in the arena of artificial intelligence. Technological advancement in machine learning has become so illustrious and AI is no exception in it. This paper will focus more on the concept of tussle between artificial intelligence and IP issue. People at every nook and corner bring out creativity and apply their mathematical and other calculation to form various technological products which help in creation meandering for new sustaining life. Multiple factors like science, computer, mathematics, neuro science contribute to the development of AI but is this development is only limited to the human involvement? I see eye to eye with the fact that generally human intervention is done to make AI machines but it is not the end of development. Even the robots or the machines which are made can led to formation of different creative machines which can help in having a sustainable life. Patent to those ideas or to those products are not given importance which has dragged the concept of AI and patent laws into conflict. But the point here is not about the what is wrong of what is right rather this paper will give light on the patent law and other law loopholes and the right to get patent even without human involvement. This paper will give highlights regarding the journey of artificial intelligence as well as Intellectual property right and will mark a smear on various perspective regarding the relation between AI and IPR which led to intercalation of various protection that is only owned by human negating the AI system.

Keywords: Artificial intelligence, intellectual property rights, human intervention, robot rights.


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