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News and Analysis of Artificial Intelligence Technology Legal Issues

When It’s Your Data But Another’s Stack, Who Owns The Trained AI Model?

Cloud-based machine learning algorithms, made available as a service, have opened up the world of artificial intelligence to companies without the resources to organically develop their own AI models. Tech companies that provide these services promise to help companies extract insights from the company’s unique customer, employee, product, business process, and other data, and to use those insights to improve…

Artificial Intelligence Won’t Achieve Legal Inventorship Status Anytime Soon

Imagine a deposition in which an inventor is questioned about her conception and reduction to practice of an invention directed to a chemical product worth billions of dollars to her company. Testimony reveals how artificial intelligence software, assessing huge amounts of data, identified the patented compound and the compound’s new uses in helping combat disease. The inventor states that she…

Inaugural Post – AI Tech and the Law

Welcome. I am excited to present the first of what I hope will be many useful and timely posts covering issues arising at the crossroads of artificial intelligence technology and the law. My goal with this blog is to provide insightful discussion concerning the legal issues expected to affect individuals and businesses as they develop and interact with AI products…