Adapt Your IP Strategy for Artificial Intelligence

May 20, 2019

Almost every business is exploring how artificial intelligence and machine learning (“AI/ML”) systems can reduce operational costs, increase efficiency, grow revenue, and improve customers’ experiences. However, the implementation and application of AI/ML technology is drastically different than traditional software and systems. It inputs and applies magnitudes more data. It applies algorithms in unforeseen ways, and outputs expressive content, even without human involvement. This creates new, sometimes unknown, legal risks that must be addressed in any intellectual property legal strategy. This paper discusses all major elements of an IP strategy for AI/ML.

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