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UKIPO publishes research into AI patent filings

It will come as a surprise to absolutely no one to hear that investment in Artificial Intelligence has risen sharply over the last few years. This is supported by a recent report published by the UKIPO indicating the patent filing trends in this sector. The report shows that AI-related technologies...

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HIV: handling a killer condition

The first AIDS-related deaths began to surface almost 40 years ago in 1981. At that time, we had no effective medication and AIDS was a certain death sentence. At its peak, the AIDS crisis was killing 2 million people each year – people from all corners of society and across the...

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E-scooter wars: is there substance behind market domination?

This article was originally published on Verdict. Follow this link to read the full article. E-scooters will soon become a familiar sight in cities across Europe. Germany has become the latest country to give e-scooters the go-ahead and it won’t be the last. Recent investment figures have painted a positive picture of...

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Chemistry and the skilled person

Almost undoubtedly, those with an interest in the patent field will have heard patent attorneys and examiners alike talk about “the skilled person”. This fictitious person represents a standard against which numerous aspects of patentability are assessed. But who is this “skilled person”? What capabilities and expertise do they have,...

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The Influence of Artificial Intelligence on the Pharmaceutical Pipeline

On Wednesday 5th June, Gill Jennings & Every hosted an event to investigate how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are transforming digital healthcare and pharmaceuticals.  We brought together an expert panel to help us find out more about the different ways AI is being implemented and their advantages...

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