Intellectual Property

Our internet journey has taken us from a “read-only” web with static pages that shared information and rudimentary hyperlinks to today’s “read-write” ability to create your own experiences such as networking, shopping, and completing a doctor’s visit.
Web 3.0, the third generation of the World Wide Web, driven by new and advanced technology including machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, and blockchain,

Patents are investments that can create long-term value, especially when combined in a comprehensive and strategic portfolio. Patents benefit their owners by granting two decades of legal protection — a significant amount of time in light of how rapidly technology develops. Trade secrets can protect a wide variety of innovations and may be a valuable tool in protecting a

Facebook’s recent decision to change its name to Meta brought instant worldwide awareness to the term “Metaverse,” which refers to a virtual world in which we can explore, play, work, and create. The metaverse can also extend into the physical world using augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) technologies.
The metaverse could change the way industries like manufacturing, healthcare,

As the demand for the efficient consumption and purchase of goods and services increases, so does the pressure to create products that operate at optimum efficiencies and beyond the level of human skills. Enter the world of robotics!
AI is rapidly making robots more intelligent, adaptable, and efficient. As a result, today’s innovations in robotics focus as much on software

Artificial intelligence is leading a patent renaissance. In recent years, patent applications for inventions developed using AI have increased exponentially, not just in tech but in every field. In 2018, one inventor took a bold step that was at once revolutionary, yet probably inevitable. Dr. Stephen Thaler filed patent applications all around the world for two simple inventions — a

While the COVID-19 pandemic caused massive disruption across industries, it also gave us a real-time demonstration of artificial intelligence’s usefulness in certain sectors. One such area that AI has had a significant impact is healthcare. Throughout the pandemic AI has helped track infection spread, facilitated contact tracing, demonstrated to scientists how the disease impacts the body, and enabled the incredibly

AI is increasingly being leveraged in the healthcare space due to the efficiencies it can offer a field that relies on timely response. This webinar provides key insights into how artificial intelligence is being used in the healthcare industry, and how patents can be used to protect AI healthcare innovations. The presentation covers four use cases of AI in healthcare:

Thanks to advancements in artificial intelligence, the question of “who can be an inventor?” has been replaced by “what can be an inventor?” At the forefront of this question is Stephen Thaler, creator of an AI system called DABUS. Thaler made headlines when he cited DABUS as the inventor on a patent application.
In this webinar, software patent attorney Robert

Not even a global pandemic could slow down the advancement of artificial intelligence. In fact, the pandemic drove innovation in several key areas including healthcare, transportation, inventorship, and education.
In this presentation, software patent attorney Robert Plotkin of Blueshift IP and Louder Co CEO Andrew Louder discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic helped spur innovation in AI, and who stands to