All publications of activities related to COVID-19. Summaries of sessions as well as documents and legislative proposals as a result of the work of the Crisis Cabinets.
The rise of AI and its impact on the world economy (Industry 4.0, cloud / fog / edge computing, personal and non-personal data) is changing our landscape very rapidly. And, as in many other situations, the legal framework is not prepared for this change. This is especially concerning in the Intellectual Property field, as this new economy should be strongly supported by a clear set of rules, Giving certainty to the stakeholders and fostering innovation.
Partner at Elzaburu.
Member of Fide's Academic Council.
Lawyer «Of Counsel» BAYLOS, Professor Of Private International Law (University Of Alicante)
Professor of Private International Law at the University of Alicante
Can robots invent and create? A dialogue between Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property
In search of a legal framework to foster innovation in Europe