12th November 2021
Luke Jackson in the Technology & Digital Group at Walker Morris discusses why Intellectual Property and AI will be integral to the factory of the future and explains who really owns the clever data.
The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) is helping companies make the ‘Factory of the Future’ a reality, allowing them to harness the power of technology to produce machine vision and real-time data insights.
As more of these tools evolve, and are deployed, it is vital that businesses understand the intellectual property (IP) risks and issues in using these tools, particularly in relation to the ownership of what AI creates. This includes any data that may be commercially sensitive or critical for a business maintaining its competitive advantage.