• Homography of Inventorship: DABUS and Valuing Inventors
    By: Jordana Goodman On July 28, 2021, the Device for the Autonomous Bootstrapping of Unified Sentience (“DABUS”) became the first computer to be recognized as a patent inventor. Due to the advocacy of DABUS’s inventor, Dr. Stephen Thaler, the world’s definition of “inventor” has finally fractured – dividing patent regimes between recognition of machine inventorship and ...
  • Personalized Smart Guns: A Futuristic Dream or a Pragmatic Solution
    By: Andres Paciuc Download Full Article (PDF) Cite: 19 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 198
  • Professor Brandon Garrett on Exposing the Flaws in Forensics
    By Brendan Clemente This past March, Duke Law’s Professor Brandon Garrett released his newest book, Autopsy of a Crime Lab: Exposing the Flaws in Forensics. Professor Garrett founded the Wilson Center for Science and Justice and studies the use of forensic evidence in criminal cases. Brendan Clemente, Duke Law & Technology Review’s (DLTR) Managing Editor, sat ...
  • Food for Thought: Intellectual Property Protection for Recipes and Food Designs
    By: Kurt M. Saunders and Valerie Flugge As any chef will tell you, cooking and food preparation is a creative, sometimes innovative, endeavor. Much thought and time is invested in selecting ingredients, developing the process for preparing the dish, and designing an interesting or appealing look and feel for a food item. If this is ...
  • Federalism in the Algorithmic Age
    By: Chad Squitieri Download Full Article (PDF) Cite: 19 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 139