Intellectual Property

2023-10-19 20:25:39
by Tom Ramstack
Congress Told China’s Artificial Intelligence Represents a Threat to US

WASHINGTON — Cybersecurity experts urged a congressional panel Thursday to act quickly to keep pace with threats posed by China’s... Read More

WASHINGTON — Cybersecurity experts urged a congressional panel Thursday to act quickly to keep pace with threats posed by China’s development of artificial intelligence. The alternative is a U.S. military, business community and technology sector that fall far behind China’s... Read More

2023-05-23 19:43:56
by Dan McCue
MOUs Expand Right-to-Repair to 70% of Ag Machinery Sold in US

WASHINGTON — Two new agreements reached between the American Farm Bureau Federation and agricultural equipment manufacturers represent a dramatic expansion... Read More

WASHINGTON — Two new agreements reached between the American Farm Bureau Federation and agricultural equipment manufacturers represent a dramatic expansion of farmers’ and ranchers’ right to repair their own farm equipment. The memoranda of understanding with manufacturers AGCO and Kubota,... Read More

2022-12-07 15:57:54
by Dan McCue
US Seeks to Delay Talks on Extension of WTO COVID Patent Waivers

WASHINGTON — The United States will not support extending a Dec. 17 deadline for waiving intellectual property protection for COVID-19... Read More

WASHINGTON — The United States will not support extending a Dec. 17 deadline for waiving intellectual property protection for COVID-19 tests and treatments, and instead is asking the U.S. International Trade Commission to first investigate market dynamics such as pricing,... Read More

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