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Only a human being can be legally listed on a patent as an inventor, according to a Virginia federal judge who delivered the first US ruling in the worldwide debate on the patentability of AI inventions.
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AI, Dabus, humans, patentability,US federal law, Ryan Abbott, Stephen Thaler, USPTO