Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) awareness to Information Technology Sector and Cyber Space

Dr.Rakesh Lingappa

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Session 128

12:45–14:00, Friday, 23 March 2018 Room K2, ITU Montbrillant Thematic Workshop Speakers/Panellists  Link to WSIS Action Lines  Link to SDGs  Documents  Related Links 

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Intellectual Property: Software Products and Patents, Cyber security parameters

I.Back ground:

Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce.

Creativity is the Creation of the Mind. Creativity is the ability to think, come up with new idea, design new inventions, produce works of art, solve problems in new ways or develop a new idea based on an original knowledge, novel or unconventional approach.

Insights of the Workshop:

·         Introduction to Intellectual Property

·         Patents

·         Types of Patents

·         Patent Class Searching

·         Types of Patent Searching

·         Various Databases of Patent Searching

·         ( EPO,USPTO, IPO, WIPO)

Introduction to Patent Searching for Indian & Foreign Patents

Use of online tools of Espacenet WIPO and USPTO. Also includes searching for other types of patent literature and more practice with the new Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC).

Importance of Patent Searching Classes

Holistic view of online patent resources for Market Entry Strategy and Product Launch in India.

II. Case Studies and Projects in India:

Start-up Ecosystem in India: Identifying GENIUS Budding Entrepreneurs, Mentors, Angel Investors, VCs for Start-up in India

From Grassroots Innovation Level to scalable $$$$ businesses TCIS & Research and development centre at Jain Institute of Technology, India Centre for Excellence has  provided budding and genius entrepreneurs with the business setup for doing business in India. The Start-up ecosystem at TCIS, India is a pool of Mentors, Angel Investors, Venture Capitalists and Strategic Support Services needed by budding entrepreneurs in India to test ideas, tweak business plans and to move pilot projects into scalable $$$$ businesses.

Ideation: Identifying innovative products / processes for filing patents.

Launch Pad: Preparing ELEVATOR PITCH and BUSINESS PLAN model.

Funding: Facilitating the process of finding RIGHT VCs Globally

Valuation of Technical Know-How

Executing Intelligent Business Idea is the need of the hour. Funding ecosystem is prevalent in India. However identifying important patent, brands, copyrights, trade secrets and technical know how’s of the founders is the need of the hour. We identify GENIUS entrepreneurs, and we strive to encourage budding entrepreneurs through mentoring sessions.

III. Vision for WSIS:

IPRs are instruments of public policy to confer economic privileges on individuals or institutions for the purposes of contributing to the greater public good. The privilege is a means to an end, not an end in itself. Institutions working for the public good. Authoritative and ethical stewardship of Intellectual property is at the core of partnerships and will become increasingly important in the management of the knowledge commons. With the unprecedented advent of Computers and the Internet and growing popularity of E-commerce, the Intellectual property rights have gained tremendous significance. All these concepts in an umbrella lead positively for the sustainable development goals.

 

 

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Moderator

Ms.Prity Khastgir, CEO-Tech Corp International Strategist, India


Speakers/Panellists

1.Dr. Rakesh Lingappa,  Professor & Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Head- Research & Development Centre, Jain Institute of Technology, Davanagere-577005, Karnataka, India

2.Ms.Prity Khastgir,  IPR Strategist & Patent Attorney, CEO-Tech Corp International Strategist,  Near IGI Airport, New Delhi – 110037, India

Session's link to WSIS Action Lines

  • AL C3 logo C3. Access to information and knowledge
  • AL C5 logo C5. Building confidence and security in the use of ICTs
  • AL C7 e-Gov logo C7. ICT Applications: E-government
  • AL C10 logo C10. Ethical dimensions of the Information Society

Authoritative and ethical stewardship of Intellectual property is at the core of Partnerships and will become increasingly important in the management of the “knowledge commons”.

With the unprecedented advent of Computers and the Internet and growing popularity of E-commerce, the Intellectual property rights have gained tremendous significance. The intellectual property infringements to a greater extent occur in the online medium rather than offline, due to the ease with which data can be accessed, copied and transferred and the anonymity associated with the cyberspace.

 In software Product development Partnerships, using private approaches, resources and focus on products suited for use in developing countries. Also best utilisation of  candidates to the commercialisation value chain. To achieve this Employ multi-candidate/portfolio management approaches active Business Plan, Scientific Blueprint, Economic Analysis, Rigorous “Go-No-Go” Milestones will build confidence in the use of ICT products and outcomes.

 


Session's link to Sustainable Development Process

  • Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth logo Goal 8: Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment and decent work for all
  • Goal 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure logo Goal 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
  • Goal 17: Partnerships for the goals logo Goal 17: Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development

IPRs are instruments of public policy to confer economic privileges on individuals or institutions for the purposes of contributing to the greater public good. The privilege is a means to an end, not an end in itself. Institutions working for the “public good” operate at the nexus of public and private and should take IP management more seriously as a critical component in any strategy aimed at directing innovation to the poor.

The following methods and best practices will help global partnership for sustainable development:

1.      Science and research

2.      Regulatory aspects

3.      IP management

4.      Production/Manufacture

5.      Meeting national needs and also International expectations.

6.      Trade/export markets

Making scientific and technological advances available as widely as possible. Using Intellectual Property as a tool to facilitate global access and widespread adoption

 

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