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Artificial Intelligence Intellectual Property Patent Licensing and Transactions Regulation

U.S. IP Reform Needed to Prepare for AI Era

For the U.S. to maintain its technological edge, it must encourage Americans to make more discoveries in AI and other emerging technologies. This in turn requires providing strong IP rights to incentivize and protect the huge investments required to make those discoveries.


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America has been the undisputed global leader in science and technology over the past century. But this global order is in flux. China’s extensive investments and years of strategic planning — including strengthening its intellectual property regimes — has enabled it to catch up to, and in some areas surpass, our capabilities in artificial intelligence (AI) and other emerging technologies. Congress is mulling over legislative proposals to counter China’s economic and geopolitical ambitions for technological dominance and President Biden is getting ready to announce a national AI strategy. IP reform must be a part of this sea change to ready the United States for the AI era.

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