Enrico Bonadio is Senior Lecturer at City, University of London. He teaches, lectures and advises in the field of intellectual property (IP) law. His current research agenda focuses on – inter alia – the intersection between IP and technology, including the impact of Artificial Intelligence and robotics innovation on copyright and patent laws as well as standard essential patents. Enrico is part of a group of researchers that have been awarded funding by the EU as part of Horizon2020 to assess the area of interactive robots in society (INBOTS project). He also received substantial grants from the UK Global Challenges Research Fund and ESRC, as well as the Australian Research Council. Enrico is Visiting Professor at Université Catholique de Lyon and visiting lecturer at various WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organisation) LLMs around the world. He has been Visiting Scholar at the University of Melbourne (2013), CUNY Law School (New York, 2016), University of Tel Aviv (2018 and 2019), as well as Hokkaido University (2019) and Keio University (2019) in Japan. He also served as IP expert in several WIPO missions. Enrico frequently appears in the media as an IP expert. His research has been covered by CNN, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, Bloomberg, Reuters, BBC, The Times, Independent and The Conversation, amongst other media outlets. During 2018-19 he and Luke McDonagh received European Parliament funding to write a technical report on Standard-essential patents. Enrico is a Fellow of the Innovators Network Foundation during 2019-20.