AI Intellectual Property: Strategies for Protection in this Hot Arena

Tue, Jan 9 2024, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm PST              AI Intellectual Property: Strategies for Protection in this Hot Arena 1 AI Intellectual Property: Strategies for Protection in this Hot Arena 2

Artificial intelligence (AI) has quickly become one of the hottest areas in the tech world, with its usefulness evident in a broad variety of commercial businesses. From data collection to model training, language processing to predictive models, and deep networks to AI frameworks, there are many categories and implementations of AI. Each area has protectable features and important business applications. Protecting cutting edge AI technology helps companies achieve business goals, support their innovation, and stay competitive and relevant in their markets.

Many aspects of AI can be protected with patents, including the creation or manipulation of training data, processes of training a machine learning model, and details of a learning model. In addition, new model features and new ways to process data, as well as how to process a model’s output, can also be protected. Key fields where these techniques are used include machine learning, natural language processing, computer vision, and robotics.

In this presentation, Steve Bachmann, Esq. will identify key strategies that can be used to identify which aspects of AI are actually patentable. These strategies will be supplemented with practical real-world examples of patenting different areas of the AI process. He will draw on techniques he has used with his recent clients that have enabled him to help craft patent applications that can be accepted as true inventions by patent examiners in the US Patent Office.

AI Intellectual Property: Strategies for Protection in this Hot Arena 4About the speaker,  Steve Bachmann of Bachmann Law Group

Steve Bachmann is the founder of Bachmann Law Group, where he specializes in patent and intellectual property matters. He has practiced patent and other IP law in Silicon Valley for over 20 years. Steve has represented clients in all aspects of patent and intellectual property portfolio development and strategy, licensing and technology transfer negotiations, and issues related to open source. He has a broad range of substantial experience in protecting AI technology, in particular with machine learning, computer vision, neural networks, natural language processing, and intelligent AI agents. Steve is an IEEE-CNSV member.

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