AI has been an active area of research and development since the 1950s. However, the recent introduction of ChatGPT, an advanced language model based on Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT), has revolutionized its ability to provide answers to almost any question it is asked.
This advancement has prompted leaders and developers in the software, information, and analytics industry to ask the question, “When will AI be implemented in customer-facing products?” as consumers increasingly demand accurate and fast responses.
While Clarivate has already introduced several AI-driven products, such as the Brand Landscape Analyzer, our experts maintain a cautiously optimistic stance, to first comprehend both the opportunities and risks associated with external factors before AI is expanded to more solutions. These factors, such as policy and governance will have the potential to either accelerate or delay the adoption of AI within the intellectual property (IP) ecosystem.
Nicholas Solomon, our Senior Business Solution Consultant based in Melbourne, is a veteran in the IP field. With more than 15 years of experience, he will share his valuable insights on trends, key themes, challenges and opportunities in AI and its application to innovation and intellectual property.