Australian court finds AI systems can be recognized under patent law

An artificial intelligence system is capable of being an “inventor” under Australian patent law, the federal court has ruled, in a decision that could have wider intellectual property implications. The applications claimed Dabus, which is made up of artificial neural networks, invented an emergency warning light and a type of food container, among other inventions.

Source: I’m sorry Dave I’m afraid I invented that: Australian court finds AI systems can be recognised under patent law

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