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Research: Evaluating the EC Private Data Sharing Principles: Setting a Mantra for Artificial Intelligence Nirvana?
by Dr. Begoña Gonzalez Otero. IP Researcher and Consultant
This article talks to recent European Commission communications on data trading and artificial intelligence with a focus on the Commission's “Guidance on Sharing Private Sector Data in the European Economy” which came with a working document: “Guidance on Sharing Private Sector Data in the European Data Economy”. Do these principles set a viable legal framework for data sharing or this public policy tool is merely a naïve expectation? Moreover, would these principles set a successful path toward a thriving European AI advancement? The author tries to sketch some answers to these and related questions.
Research: Proprietary vs. Open Standards
by Paul Zubrinich, Kristina Medow, Anastasia Kolganova, Moritz Müller, and João Hierro Technical University of Berlin.
This paper examines the benefits and risks attached to implementing open or proprietary standards, both from the companies’ and the consumers’ perspective. It first appeared in IAM Issue 92, published by Globe Business Media Group - IP Division. To view the issue in full, please go to www.IAM-media.com.
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Categories: Standardisation, Licensing, Digital Single Market
Publications: The Internet of Things and 5G: An Overview
Overview of the Internet of Things and 5G presented by Robin Stitzing, Head of Economic Research for Nokia's Patent Business, at the LES France event on IP and Competition, Paris on 24 May 2018. Nokia is a 4iP Council supporter.
Research: Standardization for the Digital Economy: The Issue of Interoperability and Access Under Competition Law
by Björn Lundqvist
The article attempts to identify what legal systems are applicable when data is obtained from devices, sent to other devices, and/or distributed to the Cloud, and, ultimately, when it is reused. The article specifically focuses on the application of competition law vis-à-vis the firms included in the standardization of the Digital Economy.