Innovation - Technology & Intellectual Property 2018

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In October 27, history was made in the Middle east. Sophia, a robot designed to learn from human behavior, became the first non-human citizen of any nation when King Salmane decided to grant her Saudi nationality. Was this just a publicity stunt by Saudi Arabia or the first step toward a universal status for robots ? 

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« In October 27, history was made in the Middle east. Sophia, a robot designed to learn from human behavior, became the first non-human citizen of any nation when King Salmane decided to grant her Saudi nationality. Was this just a publicity stunt by Saudi Arabia or the first step toward a universal status for robots ? It’s difficult to say with any degree of certainty what part robots will occupy in our lives in the coming decades. Domestic robots could be the norm, but we might also see robot financial analysts, soldiers and even surgeons. One thing is for certain however, we are on the cusp of a new age where robots, due to their sophistication, can no longer be treated as mere objects. This imperative raises important questions of ethics and liability and promises to bring upheaval to the labor market. “It’s time to decide which future we want,” counsels Mady Delvaux, an MEP calling for EU-wide rules to govern the activity of robots. Little by little politicians and lawmakers are getting involved. Ideas that have been explored by the foremost minds of our times are now being debated in boardrooms and on senate floors. »

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Intellectual Property : Global Innovation Trends
Self-Dribing Cars : A Revolution on the Road
The Challenge of GDPR
Legal Artificial Intelligence Landscape
Worldwide Legal Tech Specializing in Intellectual Property
Cellular Networks : The Race to 5G Intensifies
Artificial Intelligence : Who Will Win Big ?
The Best Brazilian Unicorns
Robots : Moving Towards Judicial Personality ?
Patent vs Trade Secrets
Leading Excellence : Bryan, Garnier & Co : Deep Industry Focus


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Innovation - Technology & Intellectual Property 2018

Innovation - Technology & Intellectual Property 2018

In October 27, history was made in the Middle east. Sophia, a robot designed to learn from human behavior, became the first non-human citizen of any nation when King Salmane decided to grant her Saudi nationality. Was this just a publicity stunt by Saudi Arabia or the first step toward a universal status for robots ?