propiedad intelectual
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  1. It relates to the creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, as well As symbols, names and images used in commerce.
    1. Intellectual property is divided into two categories: Industrial property, which covers invention patents, trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications.
      1. Promoting an effective and equitable intellectual property system can contribute to all countries exploiting the potential of intellectual property as a catalyst for economic development and social and cultural well-being.
        1. Advantages: Intellectual property rights reward creativity and human effort, which stimulate the progress of humanity. Here are some examples: the multimillion dollar film, music, publishing and computer industries, which make the lives of millions of people more enjoyable, would not exist without copyright protection; without the rewards provided in the patent system, Consumers would not buy products or services with confidence if there were no reliable mechanisms of international scope to protect brands and combat counterfeiting and piracy
          1. World Intellectual Property Organization
            1. Created in 1970, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is an international organization whose objective is to ensure the protection of the rights of creators and owners of intellectual property worldwide and, therefore, contribute to its recognition and the ingenuity of inventors, authors and artists is rewarded
            2. patent
              1. A patent is an exclusive right granted on an invention - the product or process that constitutes a new way of doing something, or proposes a new technical solution to a problem. The holder of a patent enjoys protection for his invention; protection is granted for a limited period, which is usually 20 years
                1. Why are patents necessary? Patents constitute an incentive because they represent a recognition of creativity and give the possibility of obtaining a material reward for marketable inventions. These incentives encourage innovation that, in turn, improves the quality of life.
                  1. What kind of protection does the patent offer? A patent protected invention cannot be manufactured, used, distributed or sold for commercial purposes without the consent of the patent holder.
                    1. What rights does the owner of a patent enjoy? The owner of a patent has the right to decide who can - or not - use the patented invention during the period in which it is protected.
                      1. ¿Qué función desempeñan las patentes en la vida cotidiana? Las invenciones patentadas están presentes en todos los aspectos de la vida humana, desde la luz eléctrica (patentes de Edison y Swan) hasta las máquinas de coser (patentes de Howe y Singer), pasando por los instrumentos para obtener imágenes por resonancia magnética (patentes de Damadian) y el iPhone (patentes de Apple).
                        1. How do you get a patent? The first step in obtaining a patent is to submit an application. The patent application generally contains the title of the invention, as well as an indication of its technical scope.
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