AI could not (yet) patent an invention in the United Kingdom – News

An invention cannot currently be patented by artificial intelligence. It is determined by the Intellectual Property Office of the United Kingdom. But not all countries follow that logic.

The United Kingdom’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) believes AI can currently detect anything without human support. Suggests that humans can patent inventions with the help of AI, but AI alone cannot be isolated as an inventor. BBC

The ruling is part of an earlier appeal case in which Stephen Dollar claims that his Dabus AI system invented a food container and incandescent lamp, but it was misunderstood in British court. The Australian and South African courts ruled in his favor.

Patent Office Leave an opening for the futureWants to understand how IP systems can better protect AI-assisted inventions and wants international discussions on this. The BBC also announced this week that the IPO had announced plans to amend the Copyright Act to include AI. This indicates that AI often recovers large amounts of data from the Internet. According to the letter of the law, it is only allowed for commercial research, which will be modified “for anyone with legal access” to encourage the use of AI and data mining technology for useful purposes.

In short, AI has not yet been identified as an inventor within the UK, but not all countries follow that rationale. At the same time, the intellectual property office leaves an opening for the future, when AI systems can be more intelligent and independent.

The United Kingdom’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) believes AI can currently detect anything without human support. Humans can patent inventions using AI, but AI alone can not be described as an inventor, BBC reports food container and incandescent lamp, but he misunderstood it in British court. Courts in Australia and South Africa ruled in his favor. The patent office leaves a gap for the future. Wants to understand how IP systems can better protect AI-assisted innovations and wants international discussions on this. The BBC also announced this week that the IPO had announced plans to amend the Copyright Act to include AI. This indicates that AI often recovers large amounts of data from the Internet. Through the letter of the law, it is only allowed for commercial research, which will be modified to ‘anyone with legal access’, encouraging the use of AI and data mining technology for useful purposes. In short, AI could not exist yet. Those who invent anything. Designated within the UK, but not all countries follow that principle. At the same time, the intellectual property office leaves an opening for the future, when AI systems can be more intelligent and independent.

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