Tag: intellectual property

Indian Copyright Registration To AI Artwork

AI-generated Artwork With AI-generated art booming, the Indian Copyright Office is perplexed. Artificial intelligence may produce art independently without the creative input of humans. Following the Indian Copyright Act, these works are considered “computer-generated works.” In 1995, computer-generated works were included in the category of works, most likely when AI was not producing art. The […]

Can AI powered tools detect and prevent intellectual property infringement in India?

Since its birth at Dartmouth College in 1956, artificial intelligence (AI) has advanced significantly, evolving from a simple tool to a collaborative force reshaping industries and professions. This article focuses on AI’s transformational impact in modifying the Intellectual Property (IP) practice and its administration. AI is changing the landscape of creations and discoveries. Also igniting […]

The Trend Of Patent Registration in Booming Health-Tech Industry: Post-Covid 19 Era

According to information from the 2021–22 IP India Annual Report, 66,440 applications were filed in India, which is 7,937 more than were submitted the previous year (58,503). The Minister of Commerce last year praised the DPIIT for “strengthening” the IP regime and “fostering innovation” and noted the trend of rising patent applications and eventual grants.

Famous Brands That Faced IPR Issues in India During the First Half Of 2023

While 2023 is being an influential year for the intellectual property rights in India, such as a surge in trademark registration and patent registration and initiatives to improve and speed up the examination procedure and it has been a challenging year even for the top IPR lawyers in India, as several well-known brands approached the Court with trademark infringement claims. 

AI in IP: Combating The Grey Areas

In the present world, one must proactively protect the company’s IP. This can be begun by researching the different types of IP protection available, such as patents, trademarks, and copyrights, or you may also consult with the IPR lawyers to ensure that the company’s IP is protected in every manner.