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UK judge sceptical of patent protection for AI-made inventions

Max Walters, London


UK Supreme Court judge Lord Justice David Kitchin says he is not convinced AI-created works warrant the same IP protection as human creations

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A judge at the UK’s highest court has said he is not convinced that the tests for granting patent protection to human inventors can be replicated when AI is responsible for the entire creative process, and has warned of a...


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