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Can an AI System Be Given a Patent? – Giulio Bonasera
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Can an AI System Be Given a Patent?

The Wall Street Journal

An artificially intelligent system purportedly has created two new products. Now patent offices must decide if it can be named as the inventor.
If an artificially intelligent system creates a new product, should patent offices recognize it as the inventor? That’s the question at the center of a case making its way through patent offices in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East, one that business leaders and lawyers say is posing fundamental questions that could alter how centuries-old patent systems around the world operate.