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Artificial intelligence and the future of IP rights

In our newest edition of Wolf Theiss Soundshot, energy specialist Peter Ihasz from Wolf Theiss Budapest speaks with and tech & IP expert Flavius Florea from our Bucharest office regarding Flavius’ recent article entitled “Artificial Intelligence & the future of IP rights”.

Flavius points out that the effective regulation of IP rights for AI systems and the creations of AI systems is critically important beyond just the need for legal clarity, because it can directly affect the motivation of market participants to innovate. Due to the novelty of non-humans creating new artistic works, a rethink is necessary of how we approach this topic altogether.

In addition to the podcast, you can access Flavius’ recent article here, or you can contact him directly to discuss how these topics might impact your business or legal practice.

For questions regarding this episode and our podcast Wolf Theiss Soundshot, contact soundshot@wolftheiss.com.

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