USPTO records 100% surge in AI patents since 2002
Dabus creator loses AI inventor patent appeal
Patent lawyers want resolution for AI-invented tech
Dabus team urges EPO to reconsider AI-inventor policy
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Physicist Stephen Thaler has sued US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) director Andrei Iancu and the
USPTO, in a challenge to the office's rejection of patent applications for inventions created by ‘creativity machine’ “Dabus”.
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