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Intellectual Property, Open Source and Intelligent Automobiles

iscover how open source software and intellectual property intersect in the realm of intelligent automobiles. This post delves into the IP risks and challenges faced by the automotive industry in adopting AI-driven open source projects. Continue Reading Intellectual Property, Open Source and Intelligent Automobiles

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The GNU General Public License

First Publication Date: 4th February 2008 The GNU General Public License ("GPL") is one of the most popular open source licenses. All software released by the Free Software Foundation and many other authors, are governed by this license. GPL provides the freedom to share and modify software under certain conditions. Copy, Run and Distribute GPL allows a person to copy, run and distribute the software governed by it. A person is allowed to distribute verbatim copies of the software, commercially…

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IP Licensing- A Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at IIMB

The following presentation titled “IP Licensing”, was delivered on 25th May, 2016 by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, Managing Partner, BananaIP Counsels, at Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIM-B) on IPRs and Licensing for the Executive Management Programme. The topics of the presentation included: Case study on a software that assesses the mood of a person titled ‘MOODS’ IP in MOODS Licensing Program Example of competing software, using the same process as MOODS. Whether such software is…

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