Protecting Artificial Intelligence-Related Inventions: Patent Eligibility, Written Description, Obviousness

A live 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A

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Wednesday, October 19, 2022

1:00pm-2:30pm EDT, 10:00am-11:30am PDT

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This CLE course will guide patent counsel on protecting AI-related inventions. The panel will discuss the risks and opportunities of AI-derived innovations. The panel will discuss recent court decisions addressing AI and inventorship and examine the patenting process related to AI. The panel will offer best practices for preparing and prosecuting AI-related inventions in the U.S. and Europe.

Description

In recent years, AI patent activity has significantly increased. AI technology is complex and increasingly applied in many different contexts. However, patent practitioners face the challenge of effectively protecting new AI technology development. AI-related inventions pose challenges for drafting patent applications such as the issues of subject matter eligibility, sufficiency of disclosure, and obviousness.

Listen as our panel examines patent protection for AI-related inventions. The panel will discuss the risks and opportunities of AI-derived innovations. The panel will also examine the patenting process related to AI in the U.S. and Europe. The panel will offer best practices for preparing and prosecuting AI-related inventions.

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Outline

  1. Components of an AI-related invention
  2. Risks and opportunities
  3. Claim strategies
    1. Subject matter eligibility
    2. Sufficiency of disclosure, including written description and enablement
    3. Obviousness
  4. Drafting techniques to meet patent eligibility and disclosure requirements

Benefits

The panel will review these and other relevant issues:

  • What challenges do patent practitioners face when seeking to protect AI-related inventions?
  • What steps should patent counsel take to meet subject matter eligibility and disclosure requirements in AI-related patent applications?

Faculty

Kincaid, David
David K. Kincaid

Partner and Co-Chair, Artificial Intelligence Practice Group
Cantor Colburn

Mr. Kincaid's practice concentrates on assisting clients in solving intellectual property problems and protecting...  |  Read More

Korenberg, Alexander
Alexander Korenberg

Partner
Kilburn & Strode

Mr. Korenberg “builds futureproofed patent strategies in cutting-edge areas such as AI, virtual and...  |  Read More

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