Comment: Artificial Intelligence and changing intellectual property standards

Comment: Artificial Intelligence and changing intellectual property standards Added on the 5th Apr 2016 at 3:30 pm by Gregory Bufithis The growing capabilities and widening use of artificial intelligence applications (AI apps) in mainstream consumer devices (eg Siri on the iPhone 6S and Amazon’s Alexa being just two examples, plus the whole conversations-as-a-platform development) are converging to poise interesting intellectual property challenges. While currently the most sophisticated of these apps are, at best, in an advanced-alpha or early-beta version, this technology is fueled by innovation moving at an exponential rate. About six months ago I became involved in an intellectual property infringement case involving artificial intelligence applications. Once an IP lawyer, always an IP lawyer. But – finally – my academic work in AI was bearing fruit. The case involves…


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