Volume 3 Number 1 Year - 2021

Number of articles: 12



THE NEW WORLD ORDER OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION: AN ANALYSIS OF HOW THE INVESTMENT ON INNOVATION BASED IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CAN MODIFY TODAY'S INDUSTRIAL PROTECTION MEANS

Authors: Giuliano Carlo Rainatto, Orlando Roque Silva, Norberto Almeida de Andrade

Abstract: There is no acceptable definition for artificial intelligence (AI), one of which is that it is a computer system capable of solving complex problems (World Economic Forum 2018). The WIPO AI report and the highest order fields AI was the starting point for the construction of this exploratory, statistical study with surveys of WIPO, UNESCO, World Bank databases. The dichotomous assessment of how artificial intelligence can modify the protection system of innovations and especially the that has been done to adapt innovation protection systems to the new adjacent possible (Tria et al, 2017) created by this new technology. The institutions studied do not yet have a definition of how to protect inventions generated by AI in all environments and Investments have been made to understand how to patent these inventions. To measure the return on investment in research and Development is the volume of patents granted by the technologies studied, Asian countries studied hold 57% of the total high technology publication, compared to the traditional western countries, and this shift from high technology studies migrating from 2003-2004 to the East, indicates a polarization of technology exclusivity impelling the beginning of the "possible" new world order.

Keywords: Invention, Intellectual property, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, WIPO

DOI: 10.24874/PES03.01.006   Downloads: 24

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