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U.S. District Court Holds that AI Algorithms Cannot Be Listed as Inventors on Patents

Global, USA - September 9 2021 As we discussed earlier, a variety of artificial intelligence (AI) Technologies exist and are being used in biopharma (e.g., discovery and…

Kathleen R. Geyer, Aarti Shah

After Hyatt v. Hirshfeld, it Might Be Time to Pay Attention to Prosecution Laches

USA - June 7 2021 Gilbert Hyatt was one of many applicants who filed many patent applications shortly before the June 8, 1995 transition point, where patent terms…

Takeaways | Requiring Human Inventorship - Opportunities to Advise Whether to Prohibit, Permit, or Require Listing an AI Algorithm as an Inventor - Eastern District of Virginia & European Patent Office

European Union, USA - February 16 2021 Dr. Stephen Thaler created an AI algorithm (named DABUS) that includes multiple neural networks trained in Different linguistic subspaces that connect…

Dario A. Machleidt, Rodney H. Rothwell, Aarti Shah

Should We Require Human Inventorship? Submit Your Amicus Brief by March

European Union, Global, United Kingdom, USA - February 11 2021 A variety of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies exist and are being used in biopharma (e.g., discovery and development of drugs, optimization…

Dario A. Machleidt, Rodney H. Rothwell, Aarti Shah

The Time is Now: Opportunities to Advise the E.D. Va. or EPO as to Whether to Prohibit, Permit, or Require Listing an AI Algorithm as an Inventor

European Union, USA - February 11 2021 Dr. Stephen Thaler created an artificial-intelligence algorithm - named Device for the Autonomous Bootstrapping of Unified Sentience (DABUS) - that…

Dario A. Machleidt, Rodney H. Rothwell, Aarti Shah