The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Intellectual Property

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a technology with promise for decades.  The ability to manipulate huge volumes of data quickly and efficiently, identifying patterns and quickly analyzing the most optimal solution can be applied to thousands of day-to-day scenarios.  However, it is set to come of age in the era of big data and real time decisions – where AI can provide solutions to age old issues and challenges. Consider, as an example, traffic management.  The first traffic management system in London was a manually operated gas-lit traffic signal, which promptly exploded two months after its introduction. Since this inauspicious start, a complex network of road closures, traffic management systems, traffic lights and pedestrian crossings have served to drive increased complexity into travelling in the City.  Today traffic travels slower than ever, despite the plethora of new systems being added to better manage the system. AI has the potential to change this.  It can harvest data on traffic volumes, historical trends and current blockages to quickly calculate the most optimal solution for traffic in London.  It can do this in near real time, constantly tweaking and managing flow to deliver the best possible solution. This is why AI is increasingly…

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