A Look At The Patenting Trends For Artificial Intelligence

By Aaron Gin, Michael Krasniansky and Alexandra MacKenzie (November 20, 2018, 1:18 PM EST) -- The field of artificial intelligence has progressed rapidly over the last few decades, resulting in billions of people using AI of some form or another in their daily lives.[1] Such widespread adoption of the technology has prompted experts to suggest that the AI market could grow to as large as $15.7 trillion within the next two decades.[2] Accordingly, rewards clearly await innovators who can invent, build, sell, license, or otherwise leverage AI-related technologies. However, in light of Alice Corp. Pty. Ltd. v. CLS Bank International and other more recent developments with regard to patentable subject matter, individual inventors and companies alike may be uncertain how to secure AI-related intellectual property assets.[3]...

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