The Era Of Artificial Intelligence And The Intellectual Property Rights
By Saumitra Sharma, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow.*
The modern-day technology and its ever-changing dimensions, has been a total joyride for mankind. Since the advent of computers and allied technologies have taken over the proceedings of development, the bar has been raised further by the field of science itself, every time we come across a novel invention, our quest for more is regularized. Science and technology have been in a constant struggle to find answers to a very basic question that what all these computers and machines can do? Because in the last few decades machines and the internet have completely changed the way, people interact with each other. Now technologies have opened gates for the human being to even interact with these machines and programmed them in such a way that, they can not only cater their needs but also give a response to them like none other than humans. This demonstration of intelligence by machines as a human is popularly known as ‘Artificial Intelligence’.
* The author is a Research Scholar at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow.  Brian Sutton, “The Effects of Technology in Society and Education”,  available at http://digitalcommons.brockport.edu/ehd_theses/192 (accessed 25 August, 2022)