Digitalization has resulted in new challenges and opportunities in numerous sectors such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, internet of things (IoT), etc. In today’s rapidly evolving digital world, technological development not only brought changes to our daily lives, work processes, and modes of communication, but also opened a new path for creativity, innovation, and economic growth. However, this digital revolution also presents several challenges in terms of protection of intellectual property rights (IPR), such as maintaining a balance between right holders and users and creating a sustainable environment for future generations.
Sustainability has been a critical issue for many years, and it is crucial to understand its comprehensive role as well as its interaction with IPR. Indeed, it assigned us with a new task to think about how digital IPR can help reach our sustainability goals, shaping a collective future and promoting circular economy models, etc. In light of these considerations, it is essential to foster collaboration and interdisciplinary approaches to maximize the potential of digital IPR in contributing to sustainability, for instance by encouraging various stakeholders to collectively address sustainability challenges, incentivizing and protecting innovative solutions that promote sustainability, or adopting ethical and socially responsible approaches in the creation, use, and management of intellectual property.
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