For most years since 1996 IBM, the perennial annual U.S. patent recipient and licensing leader, generated $1 billion or more in intellectual property revenue, $27
Intellectual property and entrepreneurs, China, diversity & inclusion and overlooked intangible asset value will be among topics addressed at the 4th Intellectual Property Awareness Summit,
The value of intangibles like intellectual property rights associated with inventions and brands, customer data and software continue to grow, as businesses increasingly depend on
Despite the challenges of 2020, IP CloseUp visits increased for the third year in a row, to 36,150. This brought the total number since the
Business spending on the internet of things (IoT) has been robust over the past few years and 2020 was no exception. The trend continues upward.
Secretary General of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, Xi Jinping, acknowledged this month that protecting IP rights was necessary for pursuing development.
With the pandemic curtailing live performance and new acts scarce to emerge, listeners turning to classics by rock artists like Bob Dylan and Taylor Swift
Data scientists at Google Cloud recently published a paper extolling the virtues of its open-source algorithm that can perform more extensive and accurate patent searches
A lack of consistency about how people see the positive and negative aspects of artificial intelligence, a disruptive and fast-growing technology that the U.S. and
The US-Soviet ‘space race’ of the 1960s is back with a twist. This time the competition is primarily between research institutions and technology businesses, as
Beijing has made it clear that it wishes China to be a global innovation leader and leave its copycat image behind. It has made giant
The inventor of an inexpensive face covering to prevent the spread of Covid-19 told a livestream audience last week that the IP system is “cannibalistic”