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Blueshift IP client Singular Computing LLC, headed by inventor Dr. Joseph Bates, has been engaged in a major patent infringement trial against Google relating to computer chip designs. Reuters reports that $1.67B in damages were sought and that the case settled on the morning closing arguments were set to take place.
Blueshift IP co-founder Robert Plotkin has had the privilege

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Blueshift IP co-founder Robert Plotkin spoke with Authority Magazine about how artificial intelligence is disrupting the legal industry – and what lawyers should consider as we approach living in an increasingly AI-assisted world.
In addition to discussing his unique background as a MIT-trained computer scientist and patent software expert, Robert discussed how generative AI tools like ChatGPT have

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For smaller companies interested in innovating with AI but not wanting to take the capital-intensive route of developing their own AI models, Blueshift IP co-founder Robert Plotkin suggests compiling what are known as “spellbooks” – collections of reusable, specialized AI prompts designed for specific tasks. This approach allows for incremental and cost-effective automation that can create efficiencies and

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Blueshift IP co-founder and software patent expert Robert Plotkin authored an article for IPWatchdog about whether artificial intelligence prompts can be patented. The article is titled “Can AI Prompts Be Patented? Don’t Be Too Quick to Dismiss this Question” and can be read online here.
While much attention has been paid to the debate surrounding patenting the output of

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Blueshift IP co-founder and software patent expert Robert Plotkin recently published an article on IPWatchdog providing guidance to executives on when to consider patenting AI systems and their output versus when to consider keeping such innovations trade secrets.
Using the parable of the goose and the golden egg, Robert lays out the multiple options to protecting AI-related intellectual

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Blueshift IP co-founder and patent software expert Robert Plotkin recently authored an article for Law360  titled “Why I Use ChatGPT to Tell Me Things I Already Know.”
The article provides readers with tips on the practical application of ChatGPT within the legal profession while also addressing certain inherent risks of using ChatGPT, mainly the risk of inaccuracy.
In

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Blueshift IP co-founder and patent software expert Robert Plotkin recently published an article in Inc., the magazine for entrepreneurs and innovators in business, titled “Patent Law Isn’t Ready for AI. Here’s How to Prepare Your Company.”
In the piece, Robert discusses how AI’s recent ascent in the public eye and adoption across industries have created significant opportunities for enterprising

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Blueshift IP co-founder Robert Plotkin recently authored an article for Reuters that takes a unique approach to analyzing the trending question of whether an AI system should be eligible to be named as an inventor on a patent.
In the article, “Beyond recognition: why naming AI as inventor on patents doesn’t compute,” Robert looks at why the patent

Blueshift IP, a boutique patent law firm specializing in strategic patent portfolio development for software patents, is thrilled to announce the news of a definitive business combination agreement that will result in its valued client Zapata AI becoming a U.S. publicly listed company. Zapata AI has reached this significant milestone through a strategic merger with Andretti Acquisition Corp, marking an