EPO affirms that AI cannot invent
Five minutes with… Darren Smyth, EIP
The author of “The Reasonable Robot: Artificial Intelligence and the Law” and professor of law and health science at the University of Surrey, Ryan Abbott, spoke to WIPR about this month’s “Dabus” ruling at the English High Court, and how the legal framework constrains artificial intelligence (AI).
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