Students from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law’s Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS) held a presentation on Artificial Intelligence (AI) Inventions and Patenting on October 28th for the purpose of collecting students’ thoughts on the regulation of AI inventions. Members of IPLS discussed AI inventions, shared examples of modern AI inventors and methods, and looked over the issues presented in the USPTO’s Request For Comment (RFC). The primary goal of the event was to write a comment that suggests policies that facilitate innovation, provide a practical standard, and prevent potential abuse. The following is the comment that was drafted by the Cardozo IP Law Society (specifically Joshua G. Weisenfeld, Kyle Bersani, Daniel Jones, James Raleigh, and Brian Massey) and submitted to the USPTO on November 8, 2019.
This post was originally published on the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal website on November 11, 2019. The original post can be accessed via the Archived Link button above.
Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, "Cardozo IP Law Society Submits Comment to the USPTO Regarding AI Inventions" (2019). AELJ Blog. 211.