Artificial Intelligence: Intellectual Property Protection in This Dynamic Field

Tue, Mar 10 2020, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm PDT              Artificial Intelligence: Intellectual Property Protection in This Dynamic Field 1

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Event Abstract:

Innovations in cutting edge AI technology are being developed by companies both large and small at a rapid pace. This work is resulting in a plethora of new intellectual property (IP) in areas including virtual assistants, online security, natural language processing, computer vision, deep learning, training schemes, and neural networks. Further, this technology includes both hardware and software, its applications are wide-ranging, and each aspect requires its own set of strategies in order to maximize patent protection.

In this presentation, IP attorney Stephen Bachmann will provide in-depth information on patent and other IP trends for cutting edge AI technology. He will discuss the aspects of AI that are suitable for patent protection, and will identify whether and when to pursue patent protection. He will also address current trends in AI patent protection, and provide a look into how he expects this burgeoning field to mature.

Artificial Intelligence: Intellectual Property Protection in This Dynamic Field 3About the speaker,  Stephen Bachmann of Bachmann Law Group

Steve Bachmann is the founder of Bachmann Law Group, and has practiced IP law in Silicon Valley for over 20 years. He has represented clients in all aspects of patent and intellectual property portfolio development and strategy, licensing and technology transfer negotiation and drafting, and open source. Steve has a broad range of experience in protecting AI technology with IP, in particular with machine learning, computer vision, neural networks, natural language processing, intelligent AI agents, and other applications of AI in software and hardware.‎ He is both an IEEE member and a CNSV member.

Location: SEMI, Milpitas, CA

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Main Presentation recording will not be available.