These days we can use data modelling to forecast technological trends and analyse markets – something that wasn’t available previously.
People aren’t yet sufficiently accustomed to the digital economy to see the global patent landscape. A deep search needs to be conducted on patents to see what has already been invented and it is easier to purchase the rights instead of inventing things anew.
Information technology has already become a foremost industry in Russia and we can keep expanding our share on the global market.
It becomes important to pay attention to such an element of intellectual property rights protection as patents that enable protection of technical solutions implemented in software.
Right now, the speed of a new product roll-out and its availability is crucial, so ITMO University suggests using a blockchain-like technology to help resolve these problems.
Modern technologies irreversibly change the way society lives its life. We make constant use of new gadgets and software, but we tend to forget the “big red button” problem: the moment you pull the plug on the machine, human life plunges into chaos.
Is intellectual property and patent rights protection a force for progress or otherwise? This being a perpetual subject of discussion among lawyers suggests that a continuous search for balance is inevitable.
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