The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has declared that no new invention can be credited to Artificial Intelligence (AI), but only to a real human. This ruling was needed after two recent patents were filed in the name of an AI system called DABUS. The lobbying group felt that DABUS is also an individual, but the USPTO of course, rejected the same. This was part of the Artificial Inventor Project. This was a business research and development trial, aimed at demonstrating how AI has come of age. These inventions were also catalogued with the European Patent Office (EPO) and with the UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO). At least for now, the ruling means that no AI bot can be listed as an inventor.


Uploaded Date:30 April 2020

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