Public Interest, Private Data: AI and Trade Secrets in Canada

By Chris Chiavatti and Liz Gray Trade secrets are an often-neglected form of IP, but are growing in importance as artificial intelligence (AI) becomes a dominant force for innovation. The data used to train AI models are often protected as trade secrets–but that protection is increasingly under scrutiny. In a new article in the Canadian …

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Brion Raffoul’s Patent Spotlight Part 5: FinTech in Canada

By Alexandra Johnson Dingee, Art Brion, Dennis Haszko and Liz Gray E-transferring some money may not feel like taking part in a technology revolution, but advancements in financial technology (FinTech) are reshaping the way Canadians use financial services and products. Today, Part 5 of Brion Raffoul’s Patent Spotlight Series will provide an overview of the …

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Brion Raffoul’s Patent Spotlight Part 1: Artificial Intelligence

By Tina Dekker, Art Brion, Dennis Haszko Welcome to Part 1 of Brion Raffoul’s Patent Spotlight! In this series, we will highlight new and interesting patents from various fields as inspiration to businesses and innovators. A patent’s value to a business is not always evident and can be often misunderstood. By sharing recent patent stories …

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Natalie Raffoul spoke on IP and AI at Elevate Toronto Tech Festival

Natalie Raffoul joined a long list of exceptional speakers, including Michelle Obama and Chris Hadfield, at the Elevate Toronto Tech Festival today. The Elevate Tech Fest showcases the best of the Canadian innovation ecosystem. Natalie shared the stage with Carole Piovesan of INQ Data Law for the panel “Why Your AI Company Will Fail Without …

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