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Sea change: a Q&A with Kathi Vidal
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The USPTO director acknowledges data risks but is optimistic about the future of artificial intelligence, finds Tom Phillips at the International Trademark Association’s annual meeting in Singapore.
Director of the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Kathi Vidal said “a day does not go by” without her department having multiple communications about artificial intelligence (AI).
With OpenAI chief Sam Altman questioned by US senators this week, the topic is front of mind for many within government, and the head of the world’s most influential IP office is no exception.
Speaking at the International Trademark Association’s annual meeting in Singapore, Vidal said her department was working with the US National Institute of Standards and Technology and the White House on the issue, which was “bigger than the USPTO”.
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