Who owns the copyright related to the output of an AI? At what point does human interaction with an AI constitute “A ‘Modicum’ of Input.” We don’t claim to have the answers, but on today’s episode of the podcast, we’ll ask Chat GPT! (Just kidding). Join Tom, Ray, and Jan Willem Goedmakers of Stamicarbon fame for this exciting episode of Stuff You Should Know About IP!
What do Americans actually know about Intellectual Property? Have you ever wished you could conduct a nationwide survey to find out? Well, you’re in luck. We’re joined by Michael Waring, President and CEO of Waring Federal Strategies and Elizabeth Dougherty, Outreach Director of the Eastern Regional Office of the USPTO to discuss.
Who would have ever thought that Neil Stevenson, the author of Snowcrash, a dystopian cyber-punk novel from 1992 would define the term, “Metaverse,” as the place that we would all eventually be living. On this episode, we’re joined by the great Anna Fong to discuss IP and the Metaverse.
Burger King is facing a whopper of a lawsuit, with the fast-food chain’s critics claiming false advertising of some of its favorite lunch offerings. We’ll get into the juicy details on this week’s episode of Stuff you Should Know About IP!
As the west enacts sanctions and bans the import of Russian oil following its invasion of Ukraine, The Russian Ministry of Economic Development has issued a decree which effectively legalizes patent infringement from anyone affiliated with countries that are “unfriendly” to the Russian federation. What does this mean for IP owners around the world? All this and more, on today’s episode of Stuff You Should Know About IP.
Can copycat caterpillar cakes clearly create consumer confusion? UK grocers Marks & Spencer and Aldi have been trading barbs over this recently. But, if you take a look at their competing cakes, Cuthbert the Caterpillar and Colin the Caterpillar…well…let’s just say that even the great Marie Antoinette would be perplexed. We’re joined by special guest Nika Videtic and to discuss this high profile case of alleged copyright infringement.
Spice DAO, a crowdfunded group of cyber artists, accomplished their mission to buy a copy of a legendary movie manuscript based on the famous Frank Herbert Novel, Dune. Now, they plan to burn it, create a series based on it, and open the floodgates for fan fiction artists to do what they will with it. The only problem? Well, there’s some “Stuff” that they should probably know about Intellectual property.
If you stopped off at Wendy’s for a tasty burger and fries and found yourself eating fish and chips instead, you might be in the Dutch province of Zeeland, where they don’t take kindly to expanding American fast-food chains. Today we’re joined by special guest Jan-Willem Goedmakers. to talk about the trademark battle of Wendy’s versus Wendy’s.