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Why the new CHIPS + Science Act matters for IP

Although many provisions were stripped out of the final version of the legislation, it still contains important tech transfer-related elements, while the huge sums for R&D it envisages are almost certain to spawn more patents

30 August 2022

Infosys shifts patent filing strategy towards AI and digital experiences

IP head Faiz Rahman discusses a change in trend and the Indian software and IT services company’s focus on securing high quality assets

24 August 2022

How to obtain commercially useful patents for AI in Europe

Although it is tempting to think that such rights are too difficult to secure, there are ways through to getting meaningful protection from the EPO

18 August 2022

Seven steps to secure and safeguard US patents for AI-assisted inventions

The Federal Circuit’s recent Thaler v Vidal ruling may create opportunities for accused infringers to challenge the validity of rights that claim inventions obtained, even in part, through such systems

09 August 2022

Developments at the EPO on patenting AI-assisted inventions require close scrutiny

A recent decision handed down by the Boards of Appeal may mean greater patenting opportunities for innovators using AI to help create their inventions

30 July 2022

Optimising the integration of AI and human intelligence – lessons for tomorrow’s IP practice

While a new generation of tools promise to facilitate the creation of high-value assets, Benedikt Biechele, Brendan Sever and Bruce Rubinger warn that integrating them with professionals’ subject-matter expertise remains a major challenge

27 July 2022

UK government blocks IP deal with Chinese company using radical new powers

Recently implemented legislation gives the British government the ability to intervene in IP transactions

22 July 2022

EPO decision shows AI patent rift with other jurisdictions, says DABUS project leader

Professor Ryan Abbott argues that a recently published Board of Appeal ruling reveals a very different approach to inventorship than the one adopted by countries such as the US, UK and Australia

14 July 2022

Detecting AI patent infringement

Co-published – There is often an assumption that reverse engineering of machine learning models is not possible, however that does not need to be the case

07 July 2022

Big week for US patent eligibility leaves resolution of “morass of uncertainty” still unclear

Despite a USPTO report, the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the American Axle case leaves many doubtful that there will be any clarity in the immediate future

01 July 2022

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