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Building an effective IP strategy for AI

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As with many emerging technologies, AI raises interesting and often deeply unsettling fundamental ethical, moral, social, political and privacy issues. However, some questions touch on more practical issues relating to patentability

Alice Must Be Revisited In View Of Emerging Technologies

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The increasing convergence of artificial intelligence, the internet of things, robotics and other emerging technologies are expected to generate various novel legal issues that
courts will soon have to grapple with, e.g., the issue of patentability of AI-generated inventions. With the breakneck pace at which technological advances are being generated and broadly adopted, the courts should expect to be asked to address those issues soon and to provide helpful guidelines for dealing with them. Otherwise, the courts risk engendering legal roadblocks or uncertainties that could significantly curb technological breakthroughs and the growth of commerce.

AI learns to help you doodle

Google recently unveiled a new tool to help you make better doodles.[1] When someone doodles in Autodraw, the software’s trained neural network recognizes the sketch and suggests clip art based on object recognition. Autodraw is Google’s newest A.I. experiment. (You can access other live Google A.I. experiments here.) Take for example here, a rough sketch […]

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