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According to current UK patent law, if AI was to invent something, would the creator of the AI be able to patent it? Who would be the inventor and to whom would the invention belong?
On 21 September 2021 the Court of Appeal handed down its highly anticipated decision in Thaler v Comptroller-General regarding registrability of UK patents with an AI system named as the inventor.
The appeal judgment in ZyXEL v TQ Delta  EWCA Civ 1277 tells a tale of tactics and legal agility. After completely waiving any right to rely on RAND undertakings, ZyXEL have tested the bounds of the developing ...
UK Court shows it is prepared to manage SEP cases efficiently and grant injunctions on SEPs when warranted.
In autumn last year the world watched the UK Supreme Court’s televised broadcast of the hearing in the conjoined cases of Unwired Planet v. Huawei, and Conversant v. Huawei and ZTE. There were rumors that the decision ...
The long awaited decision from the UK Supreme Court was handed down on 26 August 2020. Lord Hodge gave the summary of the judgment by video: it can be seen here . A 54 page judgment has been handed down.
Held online between 21 – 25 June 2021, GDR Connect took a holistic look at effective strategies for managing, protecting, and exploiting data in the ever-evolving global landscape. Over the course of five expert panels, ...
Bird & Bird’s David Egan attended the first day of the UKIPO and WIPO joint conference on the interaction between AI technology and intellectual property law and practice.
One wet Sunday afternoon I was playing with an interface to OpenAI’s machine learning model, GPT-2, which was trained to predict the next word in a sentence and which can now generate articles of synthetic text based on ...
What are the risks of launching an AI system where the training data was tainted with third party rights? Often this question needs an answer fast and on a global basis. But what do US tech lawyers need to know about ...