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AI's strengths and limitations in IP protection

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AI's strengths and limitations in IP protection

Artificial intelligence – and facial recognition technology in particular - has become an essential component of law enforcement due to its increased efficiency in identifying suspected criminals and missing persons using enhanced imaging data.

In this conversation, Jay Jhaveri – Managing Director, Asia-Pacific, of Captis Intelligence – discusses ongoing pace of rapid developments in AI technology, and what these mean for the innovator economy and IP protection.

This session was first streamed for the 2021 World Congress of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property. Known as AIPPI, it is the world’s leading non-profit association dedicated to the development and improvement of laws for IP protection, and PitchMark was the Platinum Sponsor for this year's World Congress.

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