Round Table on Open Innovation
The Mapping the Internet website reported that the Round Table on Open Innovation in the Proprietary World was held by the MAPPING consortium in Geneva. The discussion among the main stakeholders from around the world focused on the impact of the current EU IPR protection regime on innovation and economic growth and the future of Open Innovation in the proprietary world, comparing experiences from every continent. Oleksandr Pastukhov from the University of Malta, said: “The old rule ‘innovate or perish’ is still valid, but in today’s increasingly open world, innovation has to go open, too, and that means sharing: sharing with the world, sharing with customers, sharing even with competitors”.
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