Artificial Intelligence: The Growing Role of AI on Patents
The emergence of artificial intelligence-related technology as a means of innovation has led to uncertainties for companies across industries, primarily because U.S. patent law has historically held that intellectual property rights be assigned only to humans. Jones Day's Matt Johnson, Carl Kukkonen, and Emily Tait describe the current state of the patent law landscape as it applies to AI-originated innovation, and explain the importance of implementing an effective strategy for protecting key IP assets.
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