‘Understanding IP Matters’ is a podcast series in its third season that enables successful entrepreneurs, creators and experts to share their IP story. The series is brought to you by the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding, an independent non-profit established in 2016. CIPU provides outreach within an educational framework to improve IP literacy, enhance value and promote sharing. www.understandingip.org
Piracy or Policy? Maintaining U.S. Technology Leadership in the Digital Age
U.S. tech leadership is slipping away. Uncertain and easily infringed IP rights are a major reason. How can the nation get back its creation mojo? Two experts, one a successful invento and the other a ex-ITC Commissioner tell us.
Infuencer - Educator is Attracting Diverse Audiences to IP Awareness and Ethics
Digitalization and, now, A.I. have changed our see of the world. Prof Casey offers a fresh perspective on copyright, ethics and IP awareness delivered in a manner resonates with a wide range of audiences and ages.
Making Innovation Pay — Ex- Microsoft and IBM IP Heads Talk About Return on Investment
Once an income generator for large companies and independent inventors alike, patent licensing has fallen victim to over-correction. Its impact is only beginning to be felt.
Tech Partnerships - From Government to University to Consumer
After more than 40 years of successful public-privtate partnerships, universities and businesses are still fighting to maintain the opportunities provided by the Bayh-Dole Act.
AI Bots, Creators and Copyright – Learning to Live Together
Tool or weapon? Generative AI has recently opened a new world of opportunity and danger. For creators, consumers and society using AI queries fairly is no simple matter.
IP in the Classroom: What Entrepreneurs and Students Need to Learn Today
Teaching intellectual property rights is no easy feat. Teaching about them meaningfully to students, entrepreneurs, business majors and others is a challenge. Join ‘Understanding IP Matters’ for a special episode, featuring two IP education champions, one an inventor, with decades of experience teaching IP to a range of students and creators and a load of suggestions.