Synergies of Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and Intellectual Property

An estimated 5 million devices are added to the internet each day, many of them generating data on their own. Business interests will soon find this very self-generation of data a major concern. Pravin Anand, Vaishali Mattal and Siddhant Chamola explain.

Terms like ambient intelligence, Internet of Things (IOT), Industry 4.0, ubiquitous computing, semantic web, big data, RDF, turtle syntax and artificial intelligence (AI) are the modern buzz words.

In this new world, it is estimated that over 5 million devices are being added to the internet each day and, obviously, the success of our future will depend so greatly on software which enables these millions of linkages to occur each second.

It is said that there is a shift taking place from the “algorithm” as a dominating concept to “data.” Obviously, in this new paradigm, the proper and timely protection of data is an absolute necessity. However, it is this new form of data generation and transmission which will result in myriad legal complexities.

Authored by Pravin Anand, Vaishali Mittal and Siddhant Chamola.

This article was published in Asia IP.