Patenting the AI pipeline : intellectual property for AI before standardisation

By: Gray, Liz
Publisher: 2022ISBN: 9781838626068Subject(s): Computer-related inventions -- statistics | Patents -- trendsGenre/Form: Book chapter Local URL: SNIPER Full Text In: IAM Innovation and Invention Yearbook 2022 2022, pp. 63-69
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Over the past few years, and after decades as little more than a mathematical curiosity, useful industrial applications of AI have become commonplace. AI is now recognised as one of the primary drivers of computing development -- It is difficult to overstate the speed at which AI-based inventions have become part of the computing world and part of the patent landscape -- It seems likely that Al will evolve from a profusion of specific, single purpose tools into a handful of general-purpose platforms and systems that serve as the bedrock for later development. Given such evolution, it is worth discussing the many different aspects of AI that may provide patentable value all along the AI pipeline. As a starting point, it is useful to examine the industry's moves towards standardisation and SEPs

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