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Patent Office Declares AI Cannot Be An Inventor, Stuns AI Devotees, Has Impacts For Self-Driving Cars

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Turns out that AI is not able to be a patent holder, plus other thorny topics. Can AI be an inventor? According to a recent decision by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the answer seems to be no. There is more to this story, though, and we'll need to push past the surface to understand the full nuances involved. Perhaps a more apt way to depict the situation is whether AI can be formally granted a U.S. patent, and for that the answer appears to unequivocally and emphatically be a razor-sharp no.


USPTO Adds Company to $50M Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Contract – IAM Network

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office officially selected a new partner to support its increasing adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.General Dynamics Information Technology on Monday announced it was awarded a contract worth up to $50 million through its Intelligent Automation and Innovation Support Services blanket purchase agreement. GDIT is the latest of more than a dozen companies the agency tapped under the future-facing BPA. Other businesses who've made their own recent announcements detailing partnerships via the agreement include Octo and Steampunk.In the announcement, Vice President & General Manager Christopher Hegedus for GDIT's Diplomacy, Commerce and Government Operations business area noted the company's supported the agency for nearly two decades, and through this "new work, [aims to bring its] AI, ML and robotic process automation expertise to help USPTO develop solutions that accelerate the patent and trademark process to benefit American innovators." Charged with issuing patents for inventions and registering trademarks for product and intellectual property identification, USPTO is making deliberate moves to "propel" itself into the next decade technologically, the agency's chief information officer recently told Nextgov. And it appears the BPA is one avenue helping it to do exactly that.


USPTO Adds Company to $50M Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Contract

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office officially selected a new partner to support its increasing adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities. General Dynamics Information Technology on Monday announced it was awarded a contract worth up to $50 million through USPTO's Intelligent Automation and Innovation Support Services blanket purchase agreement. GDIT is the latest of more than a dozen companies the agency tapped under the future-facing BPA. Other businesses who've made their own recent announcements detailing partnerships via the agreement include Octo and Steampunk. In the announcement, Vice President & General Manager Christopher Hegedus for GDIT's Diplomacy, Commerce and Government Operations business area noted the company's supported the agency for nearly two decades, and through this "new work, [aims to bring its] AI, ML and robotic process automation expertise to help USPTO develop solutions that accelerate the patent and trademark process to benefit American innovators."


Written And Directed By: Artificial Intelligence

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It won't be long before artificial intelligence is writing and creating films. As impossible as it seems, it won't be long before artificial intelligence is writing and creating films. For example, one AI computer was given hundreds of samples of 17th-century "Old Master" style paintings and was asked to create its own paintings. One of the paintings it came up with is titled "Portrait of Edmond De Belamy" and sold for a whopping $432,500 at a Christie's auction. Thus, AI can write entire stories, create visual images, and create music, and it will not be long before these abilities are combined with entire movies being created by AI, perhaps even emulating existing actors or creating new "stars" for a franchise.


Artificial Intelligence can't technically invent things, says patent office

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Artificial intelligence is the future. If "Westworld" or "Black Mirror" are to be believed, there will soon come a day when the computers rule us all. But for now, an AI's power ends at the US Patent Office. The USPTO has denied a pair of patents filed on behalf of DABUS, an artificial intelligence system, and published a ruling that says US patents can only be granted to "natural persons." The two patents were for a food container and a flashlight, and were filed by Stephen Thaler, an AI researcher and DABUS' creator.


Written And Directed By: Artificial Intelligence

#artificialintelligence

It won't be long before artificial intelligence is writing and creating films. As impossible as it seems, it won't be long before artificial intelligence is writing and creating films. For example, one AI computer was given hundreds of samples of 17th-century "Old Master" style paintings and was asked to create its own paintings. One of the paintings it came up with is titled "Portrait of Edmond De Belamy" and sold for a whopping $432,500 at a Christie's auction. Thus, AI can write entire stories, create visual images, and create music, and it will not be long before these abilities are combined with entire movies being created by AI, perhaps even emulating existing actors or creating new "stars" for a franchise.


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Does An Invention Discovered With Artificial Intelligence Obtain Patent Protection? Lexology

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Section 101 states "[w]hoever invents or discovers…may obtain a patent therefore…" According to 35 U.S.C. § 100, an inventor is defined as an individual or individuals. As technology has advanced and the possibility that AI would invent something became a probability, the question has arisen whether AI can be an inventor under United States law.


Artificial Intelligence can't technically invent things, says patent office

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Artificial intelligence is the future. If "Westworld" or "Black Mirror" are to be believed, there will soon come a day when the computers rule us all. The USPTO has denied a pair of patents filed on behalf of DABUS, an artificial intelligence system, and published a ruling that says US patents can only be granted to "natural persons." The two patents were for a food container and a flashlight, and were filed by Stephen Thaler, an AI researcher and DABUS' creator. According to the filing from the USPTO, Thaler calls DABUS a "creativity machine" and wanted the AI to get full credit for the inventions.