India: The Artificial Intelligence Revolution and Its Intellectual Property Implications

Published: June 21, 2022

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Hemant Singh Managing Partner, Inttl Advocare Delhi, India

Originally published on May 7, 2019.

Hemant Singh, Managing Partner of Inttl Advocare, an intellectual property (IP) law firm with offices in Mumbai and Delhi, India, guides us through the complex legal and policy frameworks in India; and explains what is happening now regarding artificial intelligence (AI) and IP, and what to expect in the near future in a country that is one of the world’s fastest-growing tech hubs with an ambitious national strategy to reform the IP legal framework to make it more innovation-friendly.

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To go further:
About Hemant Singh
About Inttl Advocare

Also of interest: 
World Intellectual Property Organization: Indian IP Laws and Policies

Resources about the Indian policy on AI & IP 
Article: Welcome AI! – The Indian Government’s Ambitious Policy Proposal
Article: Government Mulls Changing IP Law to Boost Research in Artificial Intelligence
INTA Bulletin: India’s Cell for IPR Promotion and Management Launches Intellectual Property Activity Book for Children
INTA 2019 India Workshop: September 25, 2019

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