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Artificial Intelligence and Copyright Relation in Indonesia

Although Artificial Intelligence (AI) can theoretically create literary, artistic, and musical works without human intervention, this does not imply that AI is a legal entity capable of acquiring exclusive rights. (Photo by Tara Winstead /   In an era of rapid Artificial Intelligence (AI) development, Indonesian copyright law faces complex challenges. AI, a product […]

Trademark strategy: compensating lack of unfair competition protection in Indonesia

Given the complex legal landscape in Indonesia for unfair competition, developing a strong portfolio of trademarks may be an effective way of safeguarding one’s brand’s identity. (Photo by Pixabay /   According to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Indonesia’s Commercial Courts processed 146 IP matters in 2022, with trademark cases accounting for more […]

A step of empowerment: Attempts in highlighting women’s expertise in IP

The market growth of Intellectual Property (IP) is significant, IP services market is expected to reach a revenue of US$ 5.8 Bn by the end of 2030. This shows a definite proof of an abundance of ideas floating around the world generating from great thinkers, but WIPO’s Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) recorded that the percentage […]