Season 1, Episode 9. Biopolitics and Intellectual Property: Gordon Hull – Philosophy

We will go beyond what the intellectual property laws establish by navigating in the book “The Biopolitics of Intellectual Property: Regulation Innovation and Personhood in the Information Age” with his author Gordon Hull the Director of the Center for Professional and Applied Ethics, Prof. Philosophy and Public Policy, and Affiliate Faculty, School of Data Science at UNC Charlotte. 

Against progress – Jessica Silbey Intangiblia™

Give me your creations, inventions and innovations, and I will give you back exclusive rights for the greater good of humanity is the general promise of the intellectual property system. Our guest Jessica Silbey details if IP is keeping its promise while explaining how to guide the conversation toward the needed change.
  1. Against progress – Jessica Silbey
  2. Trademark yourself – Shondra Cheris
  3. Fruits of one's labor, the capitalization of intangible assets – Andrew J. Sherman
  4. In the name of science? Copyright vs. Open Access – Professor John Willinsky
  5. Brainy undertaking, neuroscience reshaping Intellectual Property – Professor Mark Bartholomew

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