Quoted discussing a recent Federal Circuit decision that leaves it to Congress to enact legislation that would govern future patents on inventions created solely by artificial intelligence (AI), Washington, DC principal Blair Jacobs said that the decision “creates a gap where those (AI inventions) are not patentable subject matter for now, until Congress clarifies and addresses what appears to be this loophole. It really has to be addressed through a public policy perspective of, ‘What types of innovation do we want to encourage and what's valuable to society?’ That seems like that is something that Congress should certainly take up.” Read the article here.


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