Kolitch Romano partner Dave Bourgeau presented on “Patenting Artificial Intelligence Technologies” last Friday, at the Oregon State Bar Association’s annual Intellectual Property Review.
Dave spoke with co-presenter Mark Alleman, of the Alleman Hall Creasman & Tuttle law firm. In their session, Dave and Mark gave an overview of AI technology, and discussed how AI-related inventions are handled in various patent offices around the world. Dave also went in depth on the USPTO’s latest guidelines related to computer-implemented inventions. Nuts and bolts strategies were shared with attendees for drafting and prosecuting AI and software-related patent applications.
Date: Friday, February 22, 2019
Time: 12:30 pm- 1:30 pm
Location: Oregon State Bar Association Headquarters, Tigard, Oregon
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