Panel discussion at the World Trade Organization: IP as a Driver for Innovation
Chief Economist of the World Intellectual Property Organization
Dr. Keith Nurse
Senior Fellow at the University of the West Indies and founder of the CaribbeanTales incubator
Dr. Jonas Pollard
Head of the Hemolytics project at the Adolphe Merkle Institute
CEO and Co-Founder of Kinnos
Director of Geneva Network
The U.S. Mission Geneva cosponsored today’s discussion on IP as a driver for Innovation at the WTO (World Trade Organization). A panel of four expert speakers looked at how IP incentivizes creativity in the arts, business and technology, unshackling human potential to address the world’s many challenges. The event featured four speakers: Carsten Fink, Chief Economist of the World Intellectual Property Organization, Dr. Keith Nurse, Senior Fellow at the University of the West Indies and founder of the CaribbeanTales incubator, Dr. Jonas Pollard, head of the Hemolytics project at the Adolphe Merkle Institute, and Jason Kang, CEO and Co-Founder of Kinnos. The session was moderated by Philip Stevens, Director of Geneva Network.
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